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jordantrx
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Failed to find user database or disk is full.

Tue Jul 01, 2008 2:46 am

IM getting this when i try to acces user-manager... I have 5.1 MB free HDD space left and 8.2 free memory left. How do i clear my logs or do anything when i cant even access user-manager? any Ideas.... One is get a P4 with a big Hard drive.... Let me know thanks a bunch -Jordan
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Re: Failed to find user database or disk is full.

Tue Jul 01, 2008 4:01 pm

I really need this answered... I Keep getting these errors every time a client trys to pull data or start a new session. How do I clear all of the sessions and logs... It is eating up all of my HD and memory on my routerboard.... I could go into user-manager and do it but that will take forever with 13+ thousand logs.... and even MORE sessions.... There must be a /tool user-manager sessions erase option??? right... I checked the manual couldnt find anything. But i may have missed it. Thanks for anybodys help. -Jordan
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Re: Failed to find user database or disk is full.

Fri Jul 04, 2008 8:47 am

web browse to usermanager and select logs or sessions and in the upper right there is a drop down allowing you to change the number of items displayed. Select 1000 and then select all and remove. with 13K you still only have to repeat this 13 times.
I think from new terminal it would be
tool user-manager log remove 0,5 I could not seem to remove too many at one time with this method and found the web interface to work much better.
 
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Re: Failed to find user database or disk is full.

Fri Jul 04, 2008 4:04 pm

web browse to usermanager and select logs or sessions and in the upper right there is a drop down allowing you to change the number of items displayed. Select 1000 and then select all and remove. with 13K you still only have to repeat this 13 times.
I think from new terminal it would be
tool user-manager log remove 0,5 I could not seem to remove too many at one time with this method and found the web interface to work much better.
Thats really stupid..... I have 174 THOUSAND sessions.... So that means im going to clear my sessions 174 times every 3 months..... and the logs 17 times every 3 months.... This is a problem if there is no way to tell through /tool user-manager sessions erase 1-174000 Or if they allowed like 10 thousand per page... How does everybody else deal with this? Most likely a big hard drive, in a P4... I hope the new user-manager has a better way of erasing sessions/logs -Jordan
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Re: Failed to find user database or disk is full.

Sun Jul 06, 2008 1:28 pm

I hope the new user-manager has a better way of erasing sessions/logs -Jordan
I agree. I was faced with deleting over 200,000 session log entries when the hdd was crammed to a standstill - quite ridiculous.

Calling up entries 1,000 to a page and then deleting them was taking nearly two minutes per page on a 400MHz RB532 so it would have taken a full working day just to delete them in this manner.
 
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Re: Failed to find user database or disk is full.

Thu Jul 10, 2008 11:07 am

...even the script won't work...
what helped was disabling the logs - but the sessions still remain.

If you delete the sessions in the webgui - does it release diskspace - i tried it, the sessions were gone but the disk was still full. ;o(

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