The datasync-diskcheck.sh script runs automatically along with the Synchronizer services and monitors disk space usage in the /var partition. If disk space usage exceeds 90%, the script shuts down the Synchronizer services normally, to prevent the potential data loss associated with an abnormal shutdown because of insufficient disk space.
The datasync-diskcheck.sh script runs every hour. When it detects a low disk space condition, it writes an entry to the /var/log/datasync/datasync_status log file. No other notification of the condition is provided before the script shuts down the Synchronizer services.
After a low disk space condition occurs, you can do one or more of the following things to prevent future problems:
Improve your database maintenance practices. See Section 3.6, Maintaining the Synchronizer Database. If you are using the Mobility Connector, see also Mobility Connector Installation and Configuration Guide.
Remove old log files. For the location of log files, see Section 3.5, Working with Synchronizer Log Files. If you are using the Mobility Connector, see also Mobility Connector Installation and Configuration Guide.
Add more disk space to the Synchronizer server.