JAVA core dumps occupy disk space in /usr/sbin
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susemanager:~ # du -hs /usr/sbin/
export IBM_HEAPDUMP=TRUEand change the permissions on /var/crash to 1777:
chmod 1777 /var/crashto allow the files get created by the respective user that owns the process. Restart spacewalk services to load the new settings:
StatusReported to Engineering
- /etc/profile.local does not exist by default and needs to be created manually.
- The usual disk space usage of a default installation of SUSE Manager occupies roughly 10MB of data in /usr/sbin.
- /var/crash may be used for kernel dumps as well. Please make sure there is enough disk space available at this location.
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- Document ID:7012623
- Creation Date:18-JUN-13
- Modified Date:19-JUN-13
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