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  • 1.  Delete Catalina files

    Posted Oct 21, 2022 03:43 PM

    Hello

    I have vCenter 6.7 with the yellow alert 

    • vSphere UI Health Alarm", "Log disk exhaustion on vcenter name
    • Database Health Alarm", "Core and Inventory Disk Exhaustion on vcenter name

    and I followed the procedures mentions in the post:

    https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/2143565

    The thing is that I can see the path /storage/log/vmware/sso/ but with no /storage/log/vmware/sso/tomcat subdirectory which was explicitly mentioned in the above post

    /storage/log/vmware/sso/ has about 9 giga of catalina*log files dated back to when we installed the vcenter server, till today

     Is it safe to delete these files to free up the lost gigs?

     

    Thank you