WebCenter Content first checks several other locations.
Try setting the configuration variable TempDir. If TempDir is not found, it will try to use the configuration variable VaultTempDir.
Failing those, WebCenter Content will try to use the following (as last resorts): /var/tmp, /usr/tmp, c:/tmp, c:/temp, /tmp.
... in what configuration file would I find TempDir and/or VaultTempDir variable ... SystemProperties?
Thanks for the quick response, btw ...
TempDir location is set in IntraDocDir/config/config.cfg (this is the CS config file). Check here http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E14571_01/doc.1111/e10726/c08_config_ref307.htm#i1298662
VaultTempDir is set in infradoc.cfg. For more details check here https://blogs.oracle.com/kyle/entry/webcenter_content_shared_folders_for
I am not Apps guy, For faster read we normally keep those kind of frequently accessed files in /tmp using tmpfs. In one of our apps, all the printing docs will be cached in /tmp= virtual memory- THis is to make things faster..
What do you mean by "For faster read we normally keep those kind of frequently accessed files in /tmp using tmpfs". Are you placing them manually?
Jonathan's suggestion was to configure those path using the configuration variables mentioned above.
If space is getting filled too soon due to content access rate then better to increase the space or make configuration setting that clears tmp directory during indexing
I mean we would configure in some config files so that it will pick it up during startup...
btw whats your OS, if space it getting filled you can increase disk swap...
Hi Mohan, thank you for your feedback also ...
It appears the first link you reference has to do with 'Analyzer' output and its TempDir specification (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E14571_01/doc.1111/e10726/c08_config_ref307.htm#i1298662).
We did make a change to intradoc.cfg based on your 2nd link. Our intradoc.cfg looks like below, however it doesn't seem to have influenced where tif image files are being 'cached' when [especially] a larger document is opened and viewed.
Current contents of our test environment intradoc.cfg file are as follows...
#Server System Properties
#Server Directory Variables
#Server Classpath variables
Here is a screenshot of the files that get created in our /tmp folder ..perhaps seeing what is actually being created will trigger some additonal thoughts on what we can do to influence where these files are being stored.
Thanks .. John
In my environment, have observed that contents are getting stored in tmp folder of OS only when i try to download the document in that CS machine. Else i dont see any file there. Not sure what's happening in your case ..... Is webserver hosted on same machine as CS?
Please take a look at this link https://wiki.esko.com/display/KBA/KB77987901%3A+WebCenter+-+Webserver+running+out+of+drive+space?showComments=true&showC…