The error "Not enough storage is available to process this command" is typically caused by one of two issues on the machine: lack of disk space for the TEMP and TMP environment variables or lack of memory.
As the error message specifically cites the location of the TEMP folder, I would recommend changing the location of the TEMP and TMP environmental variables to point to a location with a higher storage capacity as a first troubleshooting step.
The following Knowledge Base article provides instructions on changing the default location for the TEMP or TMP folders:
Depending on your permission levels on your machine, you may need to engage your internal IT department to change these variables. Please note that the system should be rebooted after changing the environmental variables in order for the system to recognize the new variable setting.
If changing the environmental variables for TEMP and TMP to point to a location with a higher storage capacity does not resolve the issue, then the issue is most likely related to a lack of memory. The following KB article outlines how to deal with lack of memory issues, please implement the potential solutions advised at the bottom:
Out of Memory Errors in Tableau Server
Hope this helps!
I've attempted to change the TEMP and TMP locations on our Test Server and then rebooted.
I changed TEMP and TMP from "%SystemRoot%\TEMP" to "D:\TEMP"
Tableau is now giving the following error and will not start.
D:\Program Files (x86)\Tableau\Tableau Server\7.0\bin>tabadmin status
'Tableau Server Load Balancer' (5640) is stopped.
I had to roll and the changes back to the original settings for Tableau Server to start. Any idea why that would happen?
This usually happens because of permissions settings. The run as user would need permissions to the following:
D temp--read and write
root of C--read and execute
root of D--read and execute
Hope this helps!