Inode number and disk space
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 3, 2011
What is the range of Inode number that can be used by an file system? If the Inode numbers are used on a filesystem would we get "No space Error" ?Please advise.
KARMIC Update Manager Not enough free disk space?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 11, 2010
I'm getting the "Not enough free disk space" error when I run Update Manager. I've read through some threads and found that those experiencing this didn't make their root partition large enough. I read about the 2.5GB installation "bug". None of this explains what has happened on my system. Let me explain.
I am dual booting Windows Vista Business and Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic on a Laptop PC with 60GB Hard drive space. My partitions are as follows:
sudo fdisk -l
Disk /dev/sda: 58.5 GB, 58506416640 bytes
255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 7113 cylinders
Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Disk identifier: 0xe686f016
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
/dev/sda1 1 6 48163+ 83 Linux
/dev/sda2 * 7 3193 25599577+ 7 HPFS/NTFS
/dev/sda3 3194 6597 27342630 5 Extended
/dev/sda4 6598 7113 4142080 7 HPFS/NTFS
Update Manager Error: Not enough free disk space
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 19, 2011
I am a beginner to Ubuntu & Linux. Some months back I installed ubuntu on a somewhat aged & slowed down acer laptop running win XP. Finally I tried running ubuntu a couple days ago & it's been pretty smooth, until this from update manager:
Not enough free disk space
The upgrade needs a total of 615M free space on disk '/'. Please free at least an additional 296M of disk space on '/'. Empty your trash and remove temporary packages of former installations using 'sudo apt-get clean'.
I guess I don't have to install these "important security updates", but it's probably best I do & learn how to use the file browser, terminal (Applications - Accessories - really, it's a little hidden), other important parts of ubuntu.
For downloading I have an external drive connected with 760 GB free - more than enough space for anything. I ca
Disk space monitoring through webmin
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 22, 2012
Hi guys. I just recently discovered webmin, which is very nice. I was wondering if anyone knows if (or how to do it) webmin can send out disk space info on a regular schedule, and also alert if it's below a certain threshold of free space.
What I'm thinking would be cool is if
1)I could get an email every morning basically showing me a "df -h", then
2) have it check on a regular basis (like every 15 minutes or something) throughout the day for if each file system gets past a certain % used, then it would email me letting me know, so I could avoid a file system filling up, which happens quite often on my old servers i cant replace yet
Understand why Server Disk Usage at 100%
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 18, 2011
Hi, I've got a server running Ubuntu Server 10.04 from a month more or less. It is used principally (at the moment only) as a file server.
Today I cannot connect using vnc (I recieved Connection Refused), I tried to connect via ssh and after I log I recieve this message:
Linux myserver 2.6.32-24-server #39-Ubuntu SMP Wed Jul 28 06:21:40 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS
Welcome to the Ubuntu Server!
System information as of Fri Mar 18 15:36:09 CET 2011
System load: 0.18 Processes: 154
Usage of /: 98.7% of 27.50GB Users logged in: 0
Memory usage: 16% IP address for lo: 127.0.0.1
Swap usage: 0% IP address for br0: 192.168.123.106
=> / is using 98.7% of 27.50GB
This is the result of df -h
File system Dim. Usati Disp. Uso% Montato su
/dev/md0 28G 28G 0 100% /
none 2,0G 244K
The volume "boot" has only 0 bytes disk space remaining. Need complete basic fix.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 6, 2013
v.13.2 (I think)
1. How do I fix the subject error? I would appreciate complete, detailed, and basic instructions.
1.1 Under the Disk Usage Analyzer, my boot usage is 100% and the size is 236MB with Contents of 297 items.
1.1.1 The computer is a circa 2008 Lenovo ThinkPad 400 laptop with a 40 GB hard disk and 2GB of RAM.
1.2 I googled the problem and found solutions. The solutions indicated to enter some gobbledigoop into the Terminal; but it didn't say what the Terminal was or where to find it. So I googled the Terminal; and I found instructions to find it in The Dash; but it didn't say what the Dash was or where to find it. But I searched and found The Dash; and I opened it. But there is no Terminal in my Dash.
Now I think I've put more than enough effort into searching dead ends and incomplete responses. I'd appreciate it if someone could post, or direct me, to a complete and accurate set of instructions on what to do. The operative wor
where is info on free disk space stored (/proc?)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 2, 2005
I'd like to know where on a linux system, information about the amount of free disk space is stored. Ultimately I'd like to parse this for use in a program.
I know I can see this info by just typing df, but I'd now love to find out how that program finds out about the free disk space.
For a while, I thought this info might be stored in /proc/partitions:
Shell Scripting:: Check Free Disk Space
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 4, 2009
How would I create a condition in my script to check for free disk space?
if(FreeSpace > 1GB)
# Do something
Allocate disk space for users of multisite app
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 12, 2013
I am developing an app that will run as a multisite app on a linux cloud hosting service but i want each site to have a predefined limited amount of disk space it can consume just as in some SaaS software. The amount disk space can be adjusted up or down based on user's requirements. So for each site the user/owner cannot consume more than their allocated space per time.
In this setup also, a user may have a dedicated IP, ftp access. Makes me think the allocation should be done at hardware level but all sites share the same code base so I need them on same computer.
I do not know if this can be achieved by this approach but I am open to any suggestions.
Please ask for any clarifications.
It may also be obvious from my question that I am a Linux noob.
Thanks for any help, it will be more appreciated than you could imagine.
How to assign disk quota(disk space limited) to user and group.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 24, 2007
Hi, good morning, my question i have find out from linuxquestions.org ya have a similar questions same like my question,but i still cannot understand,so i post this question ok.
1. how to set the disk quota (harddisk space) for individul user and group?
2. how to set the access right for harddisk partition for individul user and group?
3. The default RHLE 3, is it not yet start while boot up, the disk quota control?
Thank you very much...
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