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  1. Solution Center
  2. SOL-528

Maximum Volume Size

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    • Type: Explanation
    • Status: Published
    • Affects Version/s: EXASOL 6.0.0, EXASolution 5.0.0
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: EXASolution, EXAStorage
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      The maximum volume size is an attribute which can be set in EXAoperation/EXASolution/[database instance]. It is used for clusters that share the disk subsystem across multiple databases. In order to prevent database systems from consuming the disk space of each other please use the "Maximum Volume Size" feature on databases that should have limited disk space available. If the quota is reached the system will be shut down.

      The maximum volume size per database instance is calculated like this:

      DATA Volume Size + TEMP Volume Size = MAX Volume Size
      

      A more detailed view can be found in the picture below.

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      The maximum volume size is an attribute which can be set in EXAoperation/EXASolution/ [database instance] . It is used for clusters that share the disk subsystem across multiple databases. In order to prevent database systems from consuming the disk space of each other please use the "Maximum Volume Size" feature on databases that should have limited disk space available. If the quota is reached the system will be shut down. The maximum volume size per database instance is calculated like this: DATA Volume Size + TEMP Volume Size = MAX Volume Size A more detailed view can be found in the picture below.
    • Category 1:
      Cluster Administration - DB Instance Management

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