1 - My vcenter db is 20GB and I am currently deleting data older than 20 days. Previosly 180 days. It's going on for 4 hours already. If not going to complete by the end of busienss tonight. Can I stop it? What's the ramification for stopping and restarting again? How can I shorten this process?
2 - I see the log is rasing to 67% of log space used. What will happen when it'll hit 100%? Will it crash? Can I clean it somehow?
vcdb 912.4922 67.37798 0
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