Correction. Use following KB instead.
Modifying SpaceCheck on Unix iDAs
Published 09/02/2009 12:19 PM | Updated 09/02/2009 05:19 PM
Preface: Although this seems like a "Windows centric" solution, the reason this method is used, is to keep the general structure of the code between platforms as similar as possible. Looking in the /etc directory one will find the CommVaultRegistry directory. Recursing this directory structure one will find it mimicking the Windows registry structure. By doing this, CommVault was able to port the Galaxy code into a Unix environment without having to make major changes to the code's structure. It also makes the maintenance of the code easier as well. It's one of the challenges faced when trying to provide a solution in a mixed heterogeneous environment.
Synopsis: Currently, the Galaxy documentation is missing needed references to Unix agents for modifying the default parameters of the new “SpaceCheck” feature. Below is additional information for adding these modifications in a Unix environment. This information, combined with the Galaxy documentation should be sufficient to modify the SpaceCheck behavior for Unix agents in Galaxy.
The correct path for this "pseudo" Key is:
*NOTE: Replace ### after ControlSet with the 3 digit number found on your server. There could be several of these directories if the server is in a clustered environment. Also, ALL changes made must be done by the "root" user on this server.
The “SpaceCheck” directory is NOT present by default and must be created.
In this directory you need to create a “.properties” file, to which you need to add the following 2 lines:
Where “#” is a 0 or 1. The "0" Turns off the checking while a “1” turns it on. Removal of the line will result in Galaxy using the default value (Which is “1”).
The following represents an example shell session in which these entries are created to disable the SpaceCheck feature on a Unix server:
# mkdir \
# echo "bCHECK_GALAXY 0" >> \
# echo "bCHECK_SYSTEM 0" >> \
# Galaxy restart
*NOTE: the “\” is a delimiter used in Unix to continue a single command on the next line without interpreting the return.
A search for "SpaceCheck" in the Galaxy documentation will provide the rest of the key values that can be added on separate lines in the .properties file on a Unix Agent. These address the timing of the space check as well as the sizes that trigger the alerts. Look for the "Created In" value in the key descriptor to determine if the Key needs to be added to the CommServer, the MediaAgent, or ALL Agents.
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