Resolving "503 Service Unavailable" Error

    Applies to:
  • Legacy SecureAuth IdP
Deployment model:
  • On Premises
  • SecureAuth IdP Version Affected:All


    When accessing the IdP, users receive the error "503 Service Unavailable"


    Out of disk space. Typically, the D drive is full because Audit and/or Debug logging has been left on for one or more realms


    1. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to D:\SecureAuth

    2. Hover your mouse pointer over each SecureAuthxx folder in turn to see which Realms are taking up all the space

    3. Drill into the realm DebugLogs and AuditLogs folders and clear out old logs

    4. Once sufficient space has been freed, open IIS Admin console

    5. Navigate to the Application Pools and start the .Net 4.5 AppPool, Default AppPool and SecureAuth0pool

    6. Consider opening the Admin Console, navigating to the Logs tab on the realms discovered in the steps above and turn off the extra logging until needed again.

    For other causes see here

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