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    Exclamation raw_logs.MYD and raw_logs.MYI consuming high disk space

    Hello Zimbra,

    After a long time i post message here.

    We (Our Company) using zimbra open source before i joined long time. Zimbra is working as a fetchmail server and mail relay to our Cpanel Hosting server.

    Some Info =

    Zimbra Version = Release 5.0.11_GA_2695.RHEL5_20081117051306 RHEL5 FOSS edition
    OS Version = Linux 2.6.18-8.el5 #1 SMP Fri Jan 26 14:15:21 EST 2007 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
    Email Account = 85

    All Services are running now.

    Other Info =
    *********
    8.7M disk_status.MYD
    4.0K disk_status.MYI
    12K mta_aggregate.frm
    1.1M mta_aggregate.MYD
    524K mta_aggregate.MYI
    16K mta.frm
    19M mta.MYD
    4.4M mta.MYI
    12K processing_history.frm
    4.0K processing_history.MYD
    4.0K processing_history.MYI
    12K raw_logs.frm
    23G raw_logs.MYD
    5.9G raw_logs.MYI

    12K service_status.frm
    ************

    As you seend raw_logs.MYD and raw_logs.MYI are consuming high disk space.. I tried to repair and waited almost 13 hour to complete / finish command. But its not finished. Currently it is also running.. lolll

    So i decide to delete that both files but before that i want to know that is there any risk / server down if i deleted both files ??

    Is there any specific method to delete that, PLease let me know..

    It would be very thank full if i get instant response because command is running and i don't want damage db by breaking middle of the command.

    Sorry for bad English and if require any further info, I an ON here.

    Thanks & Regards.

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    You're on an old version of ZCS and you will not get any support for that nor will you be able to file any bug reports, you need to upgrade to a more recent version of ZCS.

    You should also have searched the forums for this problem and tried the solution in there.
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    ayush1440 is offline Loyal Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    You're on an old version of ZCS and you will not get any support for that nor will you be able to file any bug reports, you need to upgrade to a more recent version of ZCS.

    You should also have searched the forums for this problem and tried the solution in there.
    Thanks a lot for your reply Sir.

    I understand its a old version and I already requested to our Seniors for upgrade but it takes time to decide and make it possible. It is not possible right now.

    I am suffering from server space issue right now and question is what information include in that both (raw_logs.MYD & raw_logs.MYI) files. What happen if I deleted that both file? If is included only message log and history then I can proceed for deletion.

    I don't require history for now.. My main concern is server is not crashed by deleting both files.

    I am hoping positive reply with answer.

    It is very thankful for the same.

    Thanks & Regards.

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