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the /tmp partition is too small

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by powerflash, Oct 21, 2005.

  1. powerflash

    powerflash Active Member

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    Hi,

    the partition /tmp is too small (500 MByte).

    what I can for resolve this problem??, why too sessions the Mysql DB.
     
  2. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Well, you should increae its size, but how depends on how /tmp was created initially. A couple of possible ways if it's a real partition:

    1. Add a new disk and add a larger /tmp partition to that and use that in fstab instead of the current one

    2. Backup, repartition and restore

    3. Remove the current /tmp partition from fstab umount it and create a larger one by modifying /scripts/securetmp and increasing the default size from 512000 to 1024000

    If it was created as a virtual partition to begin with you'll need to umount /tmp (after closing all access processes) delete the existing one and do step 3 above.

    If you don't understand any of the above, you'll need to get yourself a server admin to help.
     
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