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Running out of disk space? cPanel suspended.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ragazzanu, Apr 23, 2006.

  1. ragazzanu

    ragazzanu Registered

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    When I login to my cPanel it says this:

    How "temporary" is this, and what can I do to fix it in the meantime? I'm assuming I need to delete some files, but I can't do that if I'm unable to login to my cPanel. :mad:
     
  2. webignition

    webignition Well-Known Member

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    This would be an issue regarding the amount of available disk space on the hard drive partition on which cPanel it installed.

    You'd need to contact your host and make them aware of the situation.
     
  3. NightStorm

    NightStorm Well-Known Member

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    One of the first things to check would be old log files in /var/log... you can purge them. Also, if you are storing any backups on the same drive, you can purge any that belong to non-existant domains (CPanel doesn't remove backups when a domain is removed).
    How do you do this without access to CPanel? SSH is the easiest way.

    And as for "How temporary"? My guess, until there is more disk space available. Your primary project would be to log into the server one way or another (again, likely SSH) and find out why all your space is gone.
     
  4. Berbox

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    I get the same warning if a want to open a users cpanel via WHM (FreeBSD 4.9 WHM 10.8.2 C40). User also have the problem.

    Strange is that my disk are not full as you can see:
    Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
    /dev/ar0s1a 2.0G 573M 1.3G 31% /
    /dev/ar0s1g 53G 30G 18G 63% /home
    /dev/ar0s1e 9.8G 5.1G 4.0G 56% /usr
    /dev/ar0s1f 7.9G 1.6G 5.6G 23% /var
    procfs 4.0K 4.0K 0B 100% /proc​

    In the log file /var/log/security I see this:
    Feb 22 11:25:29 aidos /kernel: :25:18 aidos /kernel: pid 48225 (httpd), uid 0 on /usr: file system full
    Feb 22 12:16:52 aidos /kernel: aidos /kernel: pid 93171 (perl), uid 0 on /usr: file system full
    Feb 22 13:01:03 aidos /kernel: on /usr: file system full
    Feb 22 13:44:14 aidos /kernel: (perl), uid 0 on /usr: file system full
    Feb 22 16:29:36 aidos /kernel: on /usr: file system full
    Feb 24 23:21:50 aidos /kernel: (httpd), uid 0 on /usr: file system full
    Feb 24 23:22:02 aidos /kernel: (httpd), uid 0 on /usr: file system full​

    How can I solve this? I restarted already every service to prevent that some service had some logfile opened.
     
  5. aboyz

    aboyz Well-Known Member

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    i got the same issues

    Hi,

    anyone know of a solution to this? I got the same error message when i log into my cpanel. I checked the disk space and its all under 50% what is causing this. please help? what is this the solution anyone know??
     
  6. cPanelBilly

    cPanelBilly Guest

    We believe this error is due to a bug in FreeBDS's statfs system call. The
    latest cPanel builds have an option to disable this system call and use output
    from df instead. Running the following commands should correct this error:

    # /scripts/upcp
    # touch /var/cpanel/disablestatfs
     
  7. aboyz

    aboyz Well-Known Member

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    thx!!!

    thx!!

    that fixed it :)
     
  8. nyjimbo

    nyjimbo Well-Known Member

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    That fixed it for me too, but its not a REAL fix. Something is definitly broken in Cpanel for some users.

    :rolleyes:
     
  9. udud

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    Fixed

    Fixed the problem !

    Thank's !
     
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