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DISKWARN: /var/named/chroot/etc/name 15.76/19.95 GB - 83%

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by amine007, Apr 17, 2013.

  1. amine007

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    Hi,

    I have some problems recently with my server, I got many email from cpanel with warnings:

    The file system /dev/root, which is mounted at /var/named/chroot/etc/named, has reached warn status because it is 83% full.

    http://i.imm.io/139yx.png

    The file system /dev/root, which is mounted at /var/named/chroot/usr/lib64/bind, has reached warn status because it is 83% full.

    http://i.imm.io/139yP.png

    I did this command

    Code:
    df -h 
    I got

    http://i.imm.io/139zV.png

    What I should do in this case please?

    Also, I noticied that in usr/tmpDSK, this file have 4GO of space. is that the problem? I can delete it?

    Thanks so much for helping and sorry for my english, my third language.
     
  2. ThinIce

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    Despite the reference to bind, it looks like your root partition is getting full, you might want to see if you can clear out any irrelevant stored files if this partition also includes /home and /backup

    /usr/tmpDSK might be your tmp loopback file you can confirm this by looking at /etc/fstab /etc/mtab to see if the file is mounted / set to be mounted
     
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    Hi ThinIce,

    Thanks for the answer.

    I deleted some big files in websites I hosted, and the percentage now is %79.

    The problem here is I have in disk space 1TO, this is what I see when I purchased the server, how this can be happened? my server is KS R-16G

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    Any help please? I'm still having the issue, now it's 82% full again.
     
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    Run this code and see what it says:

    Code:
    du -h /usr/ | grep ^[0-9.]*G | sort -nr

    When I run it, I get this:

    7.5G /usr/
    6.0G /usr/local
    3.4G /usr/local/apache
    3.0G /usr/local/apache/domlogs
    2.4G /usr/local/cpanel

    I am having the same problem today, too...

    Scott
     
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    Hi,

    Thanks Scott.

    The results of command is :

    7.3G /usr/
    2.1G /usr/local
    1.8G /usr/local/cpanel



     
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    You might want to contact ovh in that case to double check what you've been provided with. Did you setup the server / it's partition scheme or did they?
     
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    Hello,

    the only solution is to re-partition the hdd, you can use the OVH Manager to reinstall your server, you just know the right partitioning, you just need to know the correct partitioning to not fall into the same problem.

    i have the same problem

    Device Mount point Usage
    /dev/root /var/named/chroot/etc/named 59% (11,751,928 of 20,907,056)
    /dev/loop0 /var/tmp 4% (157,048 of 4,128,448)
    rootfs / 59% (11,751,928 of 20,907,056)
    /dev/sda2 /home 2% (30,454,796 of 1,930,005,968)
    /dev/root /var/named/chroot/usr/lib64/bind 59% (11,751,928 of 20,907,056)
    /dev/loop0 /tmp 4% (157,048 of 4,128,448)


    are there any suggestion to partition the hdd for a shared hosting server use ?


    Best Regards.
     
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