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Disk Space Issues

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ArtimisK, Dec 22, 2015.

  1. ArtimisK

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    I have a linux vps with 40gb disk space. And it's almost full. I had the same website on another host and it has only 14GB now for only 1 month already 35 GB (35-14=20gb for only one month) HOW THAT'S POSSIBLE. Did I configure it something wrong.
    How to fix this issue.
    Is that error from php.ini file or something. If so how to remove the other GB that I don't need it.
    (Sorry for my english)
     
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    Hello How can I do that with what program to do that I tried to login with putty (I could not login never, i used root as username and my password but nothing). I couldnt do nothing.
    Can you be more specific please. I'ts really urgent.
     
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    Did you receive a specific error message? Do you access Web Host Manager as "root"? If so, you may want to try running a temporary instance of SSH to see if it allows you to access your server to investigate:

    Code:
    https://IP:2087/cpsess12345678/scripts2/doautofixer?autofix=safesshrestart
    You would replace "IP" with the server's IP address and the session number with what's displayed in your address bar. Note that this is simply a temporary instance of SSH so you can login and determine what's wrong with the standard SSH service. Then, use the following guide to update your SSH configuration:

    [Tutorial] Interested in increasing the security of your server? Read this. (sshd hardening)

    Thank you.
     
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