Disk space in 11i Application server - Admin Node

Hi Hussein:
I noticed that the APPL_TOP file system has touched 98 %. I have always seen that this never increased above 95% for a very long time. All of a sudden there is sudden spike in space consumption. While trying to identify unwanted files in log locations, I noticed that the "bne" directory had "Upload" subdirectory. These are actually the xml files used used WebADI upload. I am not sure if we have a program to purge and delete this files from this location. I will get atleast 2 G if I can delete this files.
BNE Directory location : $APPL_TOP/bne/11.5.0/upload
Regards,
Bala
Edited by: BMP on Nov 15, 2010 2:24 PM

Bala,
AFAIK, there is no concurrent program to purge the files under this directory and you will have to purge/clean the files manually -- Please log a SR to confirm this with Oracle support.
Thanks,
Hussein

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