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csFsTrackMoveFailure Errors in Log. Files With .0 Extension Get Created in the Vault and Weblayout Directories. (Doc ID 983973.1)

Last updated on MAY 01, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 10.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When using a File Store Provider JDBC rule to store content in the database:

Files that end with a .0 extension, such as 71.pdf.1384635308.0, appear in the vault or weblayout directories.

Content Server messages such as the following can also get written to the Content Server log:

The file /ucm/ucm10g_2/vault/test/71.pdf already exists. Moving '/ucm/ucm10g_2/vault/test/71.pdf' to '/ucm/ucm10g_2/vault/test/71.pdf.1384635308.0'. intradoc.common.ServiceException: csFsTrackMoveFailure

These files are never automatically removed from the vault or weblayout directories. Over a period of time they can fill up the server's file system.


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