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if the c drive is low in space, will it affect the below page, necessarily?
http://posrpt1/Reports

it was working till yesterday, but today the only symptom i possibly see is that c drive has only 100 MB of the 9GB.,

this is ssrs 2000 on OS 2003.
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the error msg is
The page cannot be displayed
The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your browser settings.
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below are the services running... should there be a 'sql server reporting services' service or 'reportserver' covers it?
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No free space can indeed cause all sorts of problems. Look at windirstat to find things to delete
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There will be memory and performance problems as operating system uses virtual memory and if space is not there, it is problematic to load services. You should always leave sufficient hard disk space free to make everything run smoothly.
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by:EugeneZ
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did you try to reboot server? also check errors in the event viewer? were there any resent changes on ssrs? os patches installed?
did you clean C: drive to free space
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when you run http://posrpt1/Reports what error did you get?
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Ryan McCauley earned 125 total points
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For what it's worth, I use a tool called SpaceMonger to help clean up my hard drive:

http://www.sixty-five.cc/download/ (Click on "Free Software" and v1.4.0 is near the bottom)

It shows you the hard drive at a glace, so you can see what's taking up so much space and deal with it. With 100MB free, it seems unlikely that's causing any issues you're seeing (that's concerning, but it's not completely full), but you can use SpaceMonger to help clean it up.
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