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No space left on device

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by EcSistemas, Jul 23, 2015.

  1. EcSistemas

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    help me


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    [B]Preview of "cpanel_chkservd_log_tail.txt" [/B]
    [2015-07-23 09:16:01 -0500] Disk check .... /tmp (/var/tmp) [6.58%] ... /dev/sda3 (/usr) [22.62%] ... /dev/sda8 (/) [56.11%] ... /dev/sda6 (/tmp) [6.58%] ... /etc/rndc.key (/var/named/chroot/etc/rndc.key) [56.11%] ... /etc/named.rfc1912.zones (/var/named/chroot/etc/named.rfc1912.zones) [56.11%] ... /dev/sda9 (/home) [38.58%] ... /dev/sda1 (/boot) [12.07%] ... /usr/lib/bind (/var/named/chroot/usr/lib/bind) [22.62%] ... /etc/named (/var/named/chroot/etc/named) [56.11%] ... /dev/sda2 (/var) [60.53%] ... /etc/named.root.key (/var/named/chroot/etc/named.root.key) [56.11%] ... /etc/named.iscdlv.key (/var/named/chroot/etc/named.iscdlv.key) [56.11%] ... /dev/sda5 (/opt) [6.05%] ... {status:eek:k} ... Done
    Loading services .....clamd....cpanellogd....cpsrvd....dnsadmin....ftpd....imap....named....queueprocd..Done
    Service Check Started
    Service Check Finished
    [notify:failed service:ftpd]]...entropychat [[check command:N/A][socket connect:N/A]]...dnsadmin [[check command:+][socket connect:+]]...cpsrvd [[http_service_auth:1][check command:N/A][socket connect:+]]...cpanellogd [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...clamd [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...Done
    : Died][check command:+][socket connect:-][socket failure threshold:2104/3][fail count:2106]Restarting ftpd....
    ftpd: ** [530 Login incorrect. != 2]
    << 530 Login incorrect.
    >> PASS Ag6jj272n0wlxIAf74Q9i666BUX8E14nsQFHRcIFLY44P21Gu8j_DlgGWzuhNsCf
    << 331 Please specify the password.
    [B] Preview of "cpanel_tailwatchd_log_tail.txt" [/B]
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:23:08 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhosts: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:23:04 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhostsusers: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:23:01 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhosts: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:22:40 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhostsusers: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:22:40 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhosts: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:22:32 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhostsusers: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:22:32 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhosts: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:22:31 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhostsusers: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:22:31 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhosts: No space left on device
    [18393] [2015-07-23 09:20:59 -0500] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Antirelayd] [ERR] Could not write to /etc/relayhostsusers: No space left on device
    
     
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  2. cPanelMichael

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    Hello :)

    The error message indicates one of your partitions is out of disk space. Please run the following command to determine if any partitions are at 100% usage:

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    df -h
    Thank you.
     
  3. keat63

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    I had something similar at the weekend, this is what i did.

    df -h (should show you how much space is utilised and how much is free

    Then run the following

    cd / (to change to the root folder)
    du -sk *| sort -n (this should list usage in ascending order)

    From here you should then hopefully be able to pin point what's eating up the space.
    For me, it was a backup folder.
     
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