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FILESYSTEM not FULL, PERMISSION is 777, but cant write to the server

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Was the filesystem mounted read only? What does the mount command say?
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This could be an NFS mount where the server is only sharing it RO.

Can you show us the output from:-
df filesystem

As an alternate, are there other filesystems in play, e.g. is your filesystem in question /a/b/c/d/e, but there is a filesystem /a/b/c and /a/b/c/d/e is mounted underneath? if so, did they mount in the correct order, or has /a/b/c just over-mounted it and perhaps that is full.

We need to see more output before we can help you more.


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