/var/tmp filling up on OS X Server
I'm running Zimbra 4.5.6_GA_1044 on a Mac OS X server.
Everything is fine, except I had a server freeze the other day when it ran out of disk space. Looking around I see that Zimbra has filled up /var/tmp with 61GB of data!:
Looking in /var/tmp, I see loads of entries like:
zimbra$ du -h -d0 /var/tmp/
Inside of which is:
drwx------ 11 zimbra wheel 374 Nov 20 20:03 clamav-ff417d6bdad399986cce8869614861d8
Should these files not be deleted on a regular basis? Is there a cron job I should be adding? I've looked around on the forum but don't see anything relevant.
zimbra$ ls -l /var/tmp/clamav-ff417d6bdad399986cce8869614861d8/
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zimbra wheel 17992 Nov 20 20:03 COPYING
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zimbra wheel 4736103 Nov 20 20:03 main.db
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zimbra wheel 3083 Nov 20 20:03 main.fp
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zimbra wheel 640977 Nov 20 20:03 main.hdb
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zimbra wheel 318 Nov 20 20:03 main.info
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zimbra wheel 2333904 Nov 20 20:03 main.mdb
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zimbra wheel 14072345 Nov 20 20:03 main.ndb
-rw-rw-rw- 1 zimbra wheel 217 Nov 20 20:03 main.zmd
Thanks in advance,
Same problem under Red Hat
We're running the same version of Zimbra as you but under Red Hat. We started having this same problem this past Friday. This did coincide with some other updates to the server, but as of yet, I've not determined how any of those updates could have affected Zimbra.
Have you been able to determine the cause the of this problem?