The issue with the aria-Debug log file taking all the free disk space might occur due to incorrect OneDrive set up. Let’s determine the exact cause of the issue. To get started, we’d like to clarify if you’ve made any changes to your computer prior to the issue.
In the log
C:\build\aria-cpp-v1\clienttelemetry\src\LogManagerImpl.cpp(626): class Microsoft::Applications::Telemetry::ILogger *__thiscall Microsoft::Applications::Telemetry::LogManagerImpl::Initialize(const class std::basic_string,class std::allocator > &,const struct Microsoft::Applications::Telemetry::LogConfiguration &) WARNING: Invalid in-ram queue size (20971520), adjusted to max ram queue size
To resolve your concern, let’s reset your OneDrive. Resetting OneDrive re-syncs all your OneDrive files, which could take some time depending on how many files you’re syncing. To do so, please follow these steps:
1.Press the Windows key + R.
In the Run Window enter the following: %localappdata%\Microsoft\OneDrive\onedrive.exe /reset
(The OneDrive system tray icon on the desktop should disappear and re-appear after a minute or two.)
If the OneDrive icon does not re-appear after a few minutes, open the Run window again an enter:%localappdata%\Microsoft\OneDrive\onedrive.exe
1.Define the problem.
2.Check the system status.
3.Investigate the log book and system actual.
4.Ask yourself what was changed last.
7.Replace or fix part.
8.Document and review.
Even though many reliability improvements have been made over the last few years, there are still many things that can go wrong during routine operation. One must establish logical steps in troubleshooting problems or the task will become overwhelming.
NEVER ASSUME ANYTHING!!
Always ask: “What was the last thing changed?”
Experience has shown that there is about a 90% probability that the last thing changed is the key to the problem. For this reason, detailed system log books are invaluable. Record and date anything done to the system; from changing the gas cylinders to performing an ion source cleaning.
With so many things that can go wrong, how do we “logically” approach the task?
Using the eight (8) steps of the information funnel shown will “logically” focus on a solution.
For XP to Win 7 use control userpasswords2
For Win10 use netplwiz