You stated that you had the same issue with 9.1 so I take it you are running Tableau Server in a production environment, correct? I ask because with such minimal server resources it looks more like a test or POC environment.
How much free hard drive space do you have?
Hi Tobi, thanks for being interested in this case.
it is POC/PROD environment. There is only one user using the server and largest data mart is <1GB in space so i presume such specification should be enough. I clearly understand that server specifications are quite minimal, yet it does not explains for me why extract is not reaped (deleted). I hardly imagine situation where server load could forbid to delete the file.
There is >~100GB free hard space available.
Thanks for the additional info. It seems to me you have enough resources so my guess would be that isn't an issue. Hmm, I don't know
It could be that such behavior is normal. We do incremental extract every hour (new extract file is cretean on each extract). Reaper by default deletes extracts only older then 24 hours, so it could be that it is throwing alarm in case finds extract which yet can't be deleted. You can modify temp extract expire time by
tabadmin set temp.file_expiry_s 21600