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Low disk space
This article suggests solutions for the situation when you run out of space on a certain environment of Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure.
Affected products and versions
You are running out of disk space on the disk with writable directories. One symptom can be
To check the disk usage, run the following command:
df -h var/
var directory is usually the one that could take a lot of space and can be cleaned easily.
Adobe Commerce stores all log files in the
var directory. New log files are created and old ones are archived daily. But if the number of generated errors keeps growing, log files take more and more space.
Custom import/export files are also stored in the
var directory, and take space if their numbers increase.
Check if you have large log files and investigate why they are big, fix the issue generating a big amount of log output.
Set up a cron job to track the size of the
var directory and clean it.
Allocate more disk space, if you have some unused. (See the section below for information on how to check what is your space limit.)
For Starter plan, all environments, and Pro plan Integration environments, you can allocate the disk space if you have some unused, as described in
Manage disk space: Allocating disk space. For Pro plan Staging and Production environments, contact support to allocate more disk space if you have some unused.
If you have reached your space limit and still experience low space issues, consider buying more disk space, contact your Customer Success Manager (CSM) for details.
Check disk space limit
To check how much space you have for each environment:
As the Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure account owner, log in to your project.
In the upper right corner, click
On the project tab, see the amount specified, for example:
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