Looks like you're using your root partition for docker volume storage (and thus Elasticsearch storage). That is the default configuration, but not a recommended one - we recommend specifying storage specifically for docker https://docs.openshift.
org/latest/install_config/ install/prerequisites.html# configuring-docker-storageAlso ES data will keep getting blown away if you don't give it a persistent volume, but hopefully that was already evident to you.On Mon, Aug 29, 2016 at 9:55 PM, Frank Liauw <frank vsee com> wrote:______________________________Hi All,My Origin cluster is pretty new, and I happen to spot the following log entry by elasticsearch in kibana (I'm using OpenShift's logging stack):[2016-08-30 01:44:25,997][INFO ][cluster.routing.allocation.d ecider] [Quicksilver] low disk watermark [15%] exceeded on [t2l6Oz8uT-WS8Fa7S7jzfQ][Quick silver] free: 1.5gb[11.4%], replicas will not be assigned to this nodedf on the node shows the following:
/dev/mapper/centos_node3-root 14G 13G 1.6G 89% /......tmpfs 7.8G 4.0K 7.8G 1% /var/lib/origin/openshift.loca
l.volumes/pods/8a2a40e3-5f83- 11e6-8b2f-0231a929d7bf/volumes /kubernetes.io~secret/builder- dockercfg-3z4qk-pushtmpfs 7.8G 4.0K 7.8G 1% /var/lib/origin/openshift.loca l.volumes/pods/8a2a40e3-5f83- 11e6-8b2f-0231a929d7bf/volumes /kubernetes.io~secret/sshsecre t-sourcetmpfs 7.8G 12K 7.8G 1% /var/lib/origin/openshift.loca l.volumes/pods/8a2a40e3-5f83- 11e6-8b2f-0231a929d7bf/volumes /kubernetes.io~secret/builder- token-znk7ktmpfs 7.8G 4.0K 7.8G 1%......This appears to be the case on one of my other nodes as well (with a slightly different tmpfs size of 5.8G).Is this normal? _________________
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