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DISKWARN blocks Mount Point “/var/tmp”

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  1. morteza3245

    morteza3245 Well-Known Member

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    hello
    i received below email, what is the best action i should do?


    The filesystem “/var/tmp” mounted at “/var/tmp” reached “warn” status because you currently use 91.92% of its available blocks.
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    [B]Notification Type:[/B] warn ⚠
    [B]Server:[/B] [URL=host.mydomain.com[/URL]
    [B]Primary IP Address:[/B] 1xx.2xx.8x.7x
    [B]Filesystem:[/B] /var/tmp
    [B]Mount Point:[/B] /var/tmp
    [B]Percent Used:[/B]
    91.92%
    [B]Disk Block Usage:[/B]
    Used: 854.52 GB
    Available: 79.42 GB
    Total: 983.94 GB
    [B]ChkServd Version:[/B]
    
    
     
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    Hi,

    What is the output of the below command:
    # df -h

    What is the temp size created?
     
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    this is my output df -h
     
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    my /backup folder is 800GB, can i remove it safe?
    i not need backup files

    Code:
    [root@host ~]# cd /backup
    [root@host backup]# du -sh
    812G    .
    [root@host backup]# pwd
    /backup
    [root@host backup]#
    let me know please if i can remove all files and regenerate start backup once again

    thanks.
     
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    Hi,

    I would suggest you check what old backups are still present in the /backup directory and remove those.. Keep the most recent one..
     
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    Hello,

    You can remove the backup archives within the /backup directory if you do not require backups on your system. You'd then need to browse to "WHM >> Backup Configuration" to disable new backups or configure them to save to a remote destination if you want to prevent the directory from filling up again.

    Thank you.
     
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