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I have a problem with my disk, it is full as you can see
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
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one of my servers / was full by 100% i cleard some space, now though i have
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Just a quick question ....as per my df -k below, I have a file system marked at 100% full, why does it say there is 44,240 kb available ??
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My / directory shows 100% full. What should I do???
What is normal size and
how can I prevent it.
I am using Solaris 8 on an Ultra 60.
Thanks for your advises.
Reza (6 Replies)
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I have used 100% of inode in a file system
can you increase thie number of inode without backup-make the file system again-restore ?
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