Solaris file system unable to use available space

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# 22  
Old 06-19-2011
/u02 is showing 4.4GB free space.
/u02/iomssas showing 101GB free space.

I want to insert data more than 4.4GB in /u02/iomssas, is this possible? if not how to use the space, as the file system /u02 is showing 4.4GB free space where as sub filesystem is showing 101GB free space.

Kind help is appreciated.
# 23  
Old 06-19-2011
I'll repost my request... What command (the installer) is producing the error about lack of space? Can you post output of that command?
# 24  
Old 06-19-2011
Iam not installing but copying some files. Previously I was installing than also error was coming as unable to find ___MB space, so i removed some files to release the space and installed oracle application server.

But now i have to use this file system to copy files.

# 25  
Old 06-19-2011
So what command are you using to copy the files? And what is the output...
# 26  
Old 06-19-2011
Iam using mv command to copy directory and files.

The error is displayed as "no space left on this device" when developers are saving their log files in this file system during executing application programs.

How to use available 101GB?
# 27  
Old 06-19-2011
You didn't post what exactly you are typing into the command line... If you want us to help you, we need all the info we can get... So please post the whole mv command that you use.
# 28  
Old 06-19-2011
$mv appclone /iomsscom

where appclone is directory containing files.

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