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My /usr partition is full - what do i do?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dragons Master, May 29, 2004.

  1. Dragons Master

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    Heya Folks,
    I'm having a UNIX dedicated server runnin Red Hat with cPanel and WHM and whenever I try to add a new account or modify my accounts I get the following:
    Now I've got no idea what kinda files are good to delete or not and how exactly I access the partition - I don't believe FTP could get me there as I tried login with my root user/pass but it gave me login invalid..

    I got no idea of how to use Telnet but anyways when I try to connect to my server's IP it says

    Anyways.. do u guys have any idea how I can access the partition and if I'll manage to what files are safe to delete (I don't mind killin' some of my logs - they are hugeeee, also any temporairy files u know about that are good to go).

    ohh yeah the shell in my cpanel is also turned off and I got no idea how to turn it back on

    thanks a lot,
    - Ben Bond
     
  2. kris1351

    kris1351 Well-Known Member

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    You should probably contact your DC.
     
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  3. Dragons Master

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    o_O

    ehhhh well in that case u happen to know the BurstNET's phili DC contact details? :D
     
  4. JapAniManga.ch

    JapAniManga.ch Well-Known Member

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    Go to faq.cpanel.net and Search for '' How do I clear a full partition ? '' or when you have a Managed Server from Burst make a Ticket and they will make it for you !
     
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    Thanks a lot folks I used SSH and I managed to skab00m a 2 GB log but when I check out the space usage with WHM it shows I only cleared 130 mb and that I'm using over 3 gigs of space in the /usr - I ran the "du -sh *" command on /usr and it showed me i'm using only 1.2gigs - now something is freakish here - u guys got any ideas?
     
  6. JapAniManga.ch

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    maybe a rerun of quota will help !
     
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    wheee!! Once again you're the man!!
    I didn't know how to do it so I went to the interactive knowledge base and chose a "all users quotas show 0" so it would run the FixQuota and it worked - thank you so so much!!
     
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    hi!

    I am resolved this problem!

    command in shell

    mkdir /home/pasta-usr
    mkdir /home/pasta-usr/domlogs
    service httpd stop (recomended)
    mv /usr/local/apache/domlogs/* /home/pasta-usr/domlogs
    rm -rf /usr/local/apache/domlogs
    ln -s /home/pasta-usr/domlogs /usr/local/apache/domlogs
    service httpd start

    ;-)
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    HOSTBRASIL.NET
     
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