Hello,

Guys I really need help!

I get such error:

I cleaned my DB and pressed free up resources button. Then I again and again get this message and can not start my applications.

So, DB clean (near 35% used), there are no errors in Service Center on environment health tab, but I can not work.

From support team have no answer, I even reinstalled platform but nothing helps.

I hope you'll give me a hand!

Hi,

As written in https://success.outsystems.com/Support/Personal_Environment/Manage_the_database_space_of_your_personal_environment , did you free up system data by cleaning old eSpace versions?

It will take some time to update the amount of space used in LifeTime, after you delete old eSpaces.


Hi,


Do you already delete old eSpace versions? You can do that in your service center:


Best regards,

Ricardo Pereira

There are no Module versions to be deleted, but some least are excluded from this list because they are used in tagged versions of applications or solutions. How I can untagged them and delete?

But despite this I have a lot of free space.

Hi, 

In your situation I think you can wait a little bit, and if it remains the same, open a support case.


Best regards,

Ricardo

Thank you all!

I will try delete tagged versions. But the problem, I think, is more serious, because I can’t even start DBCleaner (I get 503 or too many redirects errors).

Nikolai Kaplin wrote:

Thank you all!

I will try delete tagged versions. But the problem, I think, is more serious, because I can’t even start DBCleaner (I get 503 or too many redirects errors).

https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/5478/how-to-optimizing-disk-usage-by-temporary-asp-net-files/


Hugo Antunes wrote:

Nikolai Kaplin wrote:

Thank you all!

I will try delete tagged versions. But the problem, I think, is more serious, because I can’t even start DBCleaner (I get 503 or too many redirects errors).

https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/5478/how-to-optimizing-disk-usage-by-temporary-asp-net-files/



Interesting idea! But if I understood correctly, then this problem does not exist for me. Thank you!