I use NC in HEM2. Yesterday, while using HEM2, I noticed there were 400 pending actions in NC.
All the pending actions are like :
- Removing SpinNGo note definition XXX
- Creating SpinNGo note definition XXX
- Removing SpinNGo note definition YYY
- Creating SpinNGo note definition YYY
I launched these pending actions and left my office. I probably had around 30GB of free space on my HD at that time.
When I came back, the PC had rebooted and there was no more space on the HD.
I removed 30GB of files.
At that time, the postgreSQL folder was 70 GB big.
396 pending actions were remaining.
I launched them.
Now, there's no more free space again.
The postgreSQL folder contain 106 GB of data.
There are still 392 pending actions.
The database where I am performing the pending actions is 82GB big, whereas it is supposed to be a small one one regarding the number of HH (other DB contain much more HH).
Even if I only select the pending actions which consist in removing definitions, the database size increases.
What should I do?
PS : I have created many custom NC definitions a long time ago, and I would not like to lose them. It's probably used in HUDs. This is the reason why I have not uninstalled NC yet.