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VMWare vCenter Appliance vpxd service crash

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Hello,

the vpxd Service crashed unexpectedly.
We can restart the service via https://ip:5480 or ssh (service vmware-vpxd start).

We use the embedded VirtualCenter Database 5.5

Below you found the vxpd.log

VMWare KB 2006812 describes the backtrace error, but I can't run 'su db2inst1' =>  user db2inst1 does not exist

Thank you,
Tom
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If this vCenter Server Appliance is not been deployed very long, I would just scrap it, and re-deploy from OVF,
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We use vRanger for backup. If I reinstall the appliance, I have to configure all backup Jobs new :-/
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is this 5.0 vCenter Appliance ?
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The database Partition was full
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