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cPanel error - "Sorry for the inconvience!"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pappz, Aug 24, 2005.

  1. pappz

    pappz Registered

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    I have just isntalled cPanel and WHM on a new server. We have bought licence, and then I moved some accounts to the new server, from an older via WHM.

    It has been seemed to work properly, so I tried to log in to cPanel. After authentication it shows:

    Sorry for the inconvience!
    The filesystem mounted at / on this server is running out of disk space. cPanel operation has been temporarily suspended to prevent something bad from happening. Please ask
    your system admin to remove any files not in use on that partition.


    I checked the partitions:

    ~> df
    Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
    /dev/md0 70466836 36966604 33500232 53% /
    tmpfs 1033296 16 1033280 1% /dev/shm
    /dev/sda1 23300 9504 12593 44% /boot
    /dev/sdb3 23300 13 22084 1% /boot2

    The root has got 33G free disk space.

    The /dev/md0 is a reiserfs, raid filesystem (mirrored, software-raid)

    Between the last sucessfull cPanel login and the first unsucsessfull login I updated the server (from stable to current), and i moved a 20G account to the server. The home2 (accounts) is on the /

    Please, help! :)
     
  2. pappz

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    more info

    I should mention, that we have a DVD writer in the server, it had bee mounted as /dev/hda, and I got a message by mail:

    IMPORTANT: Do not ignore this email.
    You should backup all the data on the hard drives listed below and replace them as soon as possible.
    S.M.A.R.T has detected that they are not peforming within normal operating paramaters.

    Disk Failure soon on /dev/hda

    Device open failed: Read-only file system
     
  3. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    I'd suggest that you remove the mountpoint for /dev/hda from /etc/fstab and umount it and only mount it when/if you need it and see if the problem goes away.
     
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    I have exactly the same issue (only without the DVD-Writer).

    df -i shows I have no inodes on my / partition (but plenty on my /boot, which is ext2), but this is due to my file system being reiserFS (which storing information in B*tree structure, so doesn't use inodes).

    Code:
    root@cp1 [/scripts]# df -i
    Filesystem            Inodes   IUsed   IFree IUse% Mounted on
    /dev/sda3                  0       0       0    -  /
    /dev/sda1              14056      52   14004    1% /boot
    /dev/sda6                  0       0       0    -  /home
    /dev/sdb1                  0       0       0    -  /home2
    /dev/sda5                  0       0       0    -  /var
    root@cp1 [/scripts]#
    
    Having lodged a ticket and spoken to Nick, It turns out that ReiserFS isn't supported in current or stable, only in edge.

    <edit> read original post, which indicated file system was ReiserFS
     
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  5. pappz

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    Dear stevewalsh,

    Thank you for your help, it was the good solution.
     
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    Is there any solution? We had a reiserfs server as it have a tremendous number of images and have the same issue.
     
  7. stevewalsh

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    Yes, the solution is to upgrade to the edge release of Cpanel/WHM
     
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    CURRENT also supports reiserfs
     
  9. stevewalsh

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    Nick;

    Does that mean I can move back off edge? I only went to edge on the advice that it supported reiserfs.

    Many thanks
     
  10. chirpy

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    Depends which EDGE you are on. If it's lower that the latest CURRENT, then you can drop down to the CURRENT tree as you're still effectively upgrading the version.
     
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