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    Default TSM Server 6.2 Active Log utilization Question

    Hi there,

    q log f=d

    shows Total space = 129 024 MB and used space is only 215 MB
    Free space = 128 179 MB

    Still we get ANR1545W warnings each day like:

    ANR1545W The diagpath ( E: ) file system or disk is becoming full. Total space used: 129 640 MB. Total space available: 139 976 MB. Percent full: 92.62 percent.

    -> Anyone who knows the reason for this?

    The disk (E:\) contains only DB2 logs like "S0087195" that are 524 MB in size and have new time/date to 10 days back.

    I've looked at this IBM support link, but I don't think it solves this case.
    http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docvie...id=swg21469022

    Any respons is appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Nicke

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    Hi Nicke,

    In case you are still searching for an answer, I believe your issue has to do with the filesystem that contains the db2diag.log file. This filesystem may also contain DB2 dumps when/if DB2 crashes, so the filesystem may grow quite large. TSM monitors the use of this filesystem. Refer to the following apar for more info:
    https://www-304.ibm.com/support/docv...id=swg1IC79219

    Regards, Peter

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