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Disk Space warning & vast number of .WSDL files

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http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/BlackBerry-Professional-Software/Files-Created-in-excess/td-p...

 

no solution was ever posted to the above thread and I can't find any definitive answers anywhere else.

 

Can someone help? 

 

We're running a single instance of BES Express - version 5.0.2.29 on Server 2003 R2

 

First problem : 

Currently, after compression the folder:

C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\BAS\jboss\ejb\server\default\tmp

 

is at 5GB (would be nearer 12GB if I hadn't already compressed it)

 

A \TMP folder, does this genuinely mean temporary? Can I delete it?

 

Specifically :

C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\BAS\jboss\ejb\server\default\tmp\jbossws

 

has some 130,000 files in it. I have simply tried to delete everything prior to March 2012 but I'm getting warnings about files being locked/in use. Can I stop the BES services and delete these files.

 

 

Second up :

C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\BAS\jboss\ejb\server\default\data\wsdl\

 

Folder is at 7GB after a nascent tidy.

 

The worst offender : 

\10200BAACore.jar\

 

Thousands of .WSDL files. I've deleted all but the last few days worth (so at least my server is back up and running) but I'm assuming that more will be created. This appears to be a problems with BAS continuously restarting. Is this related to the \TMP folders filling up?

 

The work around for BAS I have at the moment is to stop the DNS service on this machine? 

 

The BAS logs from this morning all stop with :

 

(04/26 02:24:54:062):{main} [com.rim.bes.bas.singletondeploymentbarrier.SingletonDeploymentBarrierManagerUtilities] [FATAL] [BBAS-4010] {unknown} heartbeatCheck CLUSTER:   we are not the singleton

 

Full Log here :

http://www.patch.ws/documents/BASLOG.txt

 

All help appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Patrick

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Re: Disk Space warning & vast number of .WSDL files

I would apply SP3 since it has many fixes.

 

Do you push apps? if no then its fairly easy

 

You can uninstall BES, remove all the files and then install BES 5 express SP3 and point to existing database and be running in an hour.

 

 

you wont lose any data or have to reactivate

 




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Re: Disk Space warning & vast number of .WSDL files

I wasn't happy with the uninstall/reinstall solution.

 

Frankly, SP2 doesn't do this on the 6 othre systems that we look after. 

 

Given that its only BAS thats causing problems I will just leave the service disabled until we need it.

 

Haven't got time to investigate and we're pushing them towards a more modern solution with Active sync anyway. One more nail in the coffin. 

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Re: Disk Space warning & vast number of .WSDL files

wsdl file

 

Since these files are created on BlackBerry Administration Service startup, old files can be safely deleted.

  1. Open the services.msc panel
  2. Stop the BlackBerry Administration Service - Application Server and BlackBerry Administration Service - Native Code Container services
  3. Open Windows Explorer
  4. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\BAS\jboss\ejb\server\default\data\wsdl
  5. Search this directory and all subdirectories for *.wsdl
  6. Delete the files
  7. Start the BlackBerry Administration Service services in services.msc

 




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