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PostgreSQL Cloudera Management Service Embedded Database Free Space

Explorer

 

Hi,

I have a problem with storage space in Cloudera.

 

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I'm using AWS services for PostgreSQL and AWS says free space is 96GB out of 100GB.

 

 

Could anyone help to increase PostgreSQL database storage space for Cloudera Management Services?

 

 

 

 #CDH 5.10.1

#PostgreSQL 9.5.4 on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, compiled by gcc (GCC) 4.8.2 20140120 (Red Hat 4.8.2-16), 64-bit

 

Thanks,

Venkat.
 

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Re: PostgreSQL Cloudera Management Service Embedded Database Free Space

Champion

@vratmuri

 

It is not a problem, it says "Test is disabled" 

 

Pls chk this,

 

Go to Cloudera Management Service -> Configuration -> search for "Embedded Database"

You will find "Suppress Health Test: Embedded Database Free Space" option as disabled and this is the default option. 

This option is disabled by default because Embedded db is only for initial stage and it is not recommended for bigger clusters and If the embedded database is not in use (according to cloudera recommendation), this has no effect.

 

If you need you can enable it and restart only Cloudera management service

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Re: PostgreSQL Cloudera Management Service Embedded Database Free Space

Rising Star

Hi,

 

You can follow this link for embedded storage management with CMS:

 

https://www.cloudera.com/documentation/enterprise/5-2-x/topics/cm_ig_reqs_space.html#concept_bf1_pbm...

 

 

Thanks

Re: PostgreSQL Cloudera Management Service Embedded Database Free Space

Champion

@vratmuri

 

It is not a problem, it says "Test is disabled" 

 

Pls chk this,

 

Go to Cloudera Management Service -> Configuration -> search for "Embedded Database"

You will find "Suppress Health Test: Embedded Database Free Space" option as disabled and this is the default option. 

This option is disabled by default because Embedded db is only for initial stage and it is not recommended for bigger clusters and If the embedded database is not in use (according to cloudera recommendation), this has no effect.

 

If you need you can enable it and restart only Cloudera management service

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Re: PostgreSQL Cloudera Management Service Embedded Database Free Space

Explorer

Thank you @saranvisa

Thank you @Divyani