ldxsant

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Hello Team,

This morning I came across a new problem on one of our shared servers, the "/run" partition was 100% used and to solve it, it was necessary to restart the server.

Has anyone experienced this or know why this happens?

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cPRex

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Hey there! The best thing to do in this situation would be the following:

Code:
du -h --max-depth 1 /run
as that would show if there are any unusually large directories in /run. A simple "ls -lah" inside /run would show the file size.

Without seeing what is taking up the space on your particular machine we'd really just be guessing at potential causes. On my personal server I see that partition is 2G and I am using about 150M of that.
 
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ldxsant

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Without seeing what is taking up the space on your particular machine we'd really just be guessing at potential causes. On my personal server I see that partition is 2G and I am using about 150M of that.
@cPRex this partition seems to be temporary, isn't there a way to normalize the services, without having to restart the server?

tmpfs tmpfs 100% /run