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httpd can't start, inode is 100%, please help

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by R0CKABILLY, Dec 14, 2010.

  1. R0CKABILLY

    R0CKABILLY Registered

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    hi there..

    I just got a problem recently.

    suddenly httpd stopped & can't be started.


    tried to make a backup, but it didn't work.. see the error below :

    it's weird.. I check the space :



    and I check the inode, and it's 100% ! how come?


    so what I have to do now?

    please help me asap.. my server has been down for 5 hours :(
     
  2. kernow

    kernow Well-Known Member

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    Run this command and see what you get:
    Code:
    fsck -f -v /dev/md1
     
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    cPanelJared Technical Analyst

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    Running out of inodes, but not out of disk space, usually means that you have a large number of very small files that use up many inodes but not necessarily much disk space. A frequent culprit for this is mail messages. How many messages do you have in the queue? You can find out using this command:

    Code:
    # exim -bpc
    If there are a large number of mail messages in the queue, the Exim Cheatsheet is a useful tool for learning how to manipulate the queue and gain control over what is in it:

    Exim Cheatsheet
     
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