A Oracle Content Server repository can get full to the point of reducing Oracle I/PM efficiency at which time it will not accept any new applications. However, you may continue to upload documents to existing applications in that repository.
The number of security groups exceeds the value of the environment variable IpmMaxGroupLimit.
The number of roles assigned permission to security groups exceeds the value of the environment variable IpmMaxGroupRoleLimit.
The number of metadata fields exceeds the value of the environment variable IpmMaxMetadataFields.
The Content Server configuration setting IpmRepositoryForceFull=True
Setting IpmRepositoryForceFull equal to True allows you to configure Content Server to identify itself as full to I/PM in order to prevent additional applications from being created. This does not prevent documents from being uploaded.
To get additional space for applications, do one of the following:
Install an additional Oracle Content Server repository and set it as a proxy to the main content server. For information on how to configure a proxy server, see the Oracle Universal Content Management Managing System Settings and Processes guide.
Increase the values of the IpmMaxGroupRoleLimit and IpmMaxMetadataFields environment variables by editing the config.cfg file directly or by using the Oracle Content Server administrative server. For more information about changing Oracle Content Server environment variables, see the Oracle Universal Content Management guide Managing System Settings and Processes .
You can also change these environment variable values in the config.cfg file for your Content Server Repository. For more information, see the Oracle Universal Content Management Managing System Settings and Processes and Getting Started with Content Server guides.