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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by krzysiuc, May 17, 2005.

  1. krzysiuc

    krzysiuc Registered

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    ..because of root disk space. Said a 1000 times here. But my question is a bit different: how to disable this "feature"??? I would like to have cpanel running all the time, I'm controlling disk space pretty well, I'm just running a bit out of disk space.

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    When are you seeing this and what are your disk space levels (i.e. output from df)?
     
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    here we go:

    Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
    /dev/sda3 74730396 69055216 1879024 98% /
    /dev/sda1 101089 22796 73074 24% /boot
    none 452236 0 452236 0% /dev/shm

    And I'm seeing it right now, trying to run cpanel.
     
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    If cPanel simply won't start up, then I'm not aware of a way to work around this. You could try asking cPanel in a support ticket. Realistically, you need to clear some space on your server. You can usually find plenty enough to clear away depending on the OS.

    On Linux, check for unnecessary rpms, such as: old kernels, kernel source rpms. Check the OS update directories (yum or up2date) and check the apache log files in /usr/local/apache/logs/* and obviously /var/log

    A server with such a low %age of free space is going to start seeing serious degradation in performance anyway, due to file placement issues.
     
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