Verifying the size and location of the Input Manager workspace
Because of the size and complexity of the color print jobs you send to your InfoPrint 5000, the Input Manager workspace must have at least 18 GB of disk space available and
it should be a separate filesystem. If the existing
/var/psf/segments does not have that much disk space available, the easiest thing to do is to create
a new filesystem and mount it over
/var/psf/segments. None of the InfoPrint Manager settings need to be changed.
If you do not want to overmount the filesystem, you can create a new filesystem and mount it on a different mount point. In this case, you must change the Input Manager settings to point to the correct location. To change the Input Manager settings, do this.
- At an AIX command prompt, type:
- Change the PATH used for work area & percent usage threshold to point to the new filesystem you created.
- Confirm the changes and exit the tool.