In an unexpected event, the size of the directory
/var/lib/replicated/retraced may grow to a larger size than it should be and causes the disk space to fill up.
The installation of the Terraform Enterprise is managed by Replicated which comes with the administration console for managing the settings of the Terraform Enterprise application. When there is access to the Replicated management console or use of the command line to perform tasks, the audit events are generated and stored in the audit system of the Replicated. With the misconfiguration of load-balancer health check that points to
https://<<TFE_FQDN>>/authenticate, or continuously using the
replicatedctl app status command for an extended period of time, these generate audit events that are persisted into the audit database and grow over time.
- Update the frontend load-balancer to perform the health-check on port 8800 at the endpoint
- Ensure there are no scheduled jobs that run the command
replicatedctl app statusperiodically.
Check the disk usage of the directories under
/var/lib/replicatedusing the command
du -sh *.
Determine the size of the directory
retraced, then perform the following steps to clean up the data and restart the replicated service:
sudo systemctl stop replicated sudo rm -r /var/lib/replicated/retraced/ sudo systemctl start replicated
- The size of the directory
/var/lib/replicated/retracedis reduced which may prevent it from using all of the disk space.
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