Red Hat 6.2 disk space error "Freeing blocks not in datazone"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 26, 2006
I'm new to LINUX, though I have been an HP-UX admin for 12 years. As it stands, I've also been a LINUX admin for 8 weeks now. :-) This is a weird problem, so please bear with me.
We're using Red Hat 6.2 (yes, I know it's wayy old), and exporting a volume using NFS to our HP systems. Over the last few days, we've had an issue crop up during our nitely database exports from the HP's to the linux box. When cron tries to copy a file over to linux, the HP system generates errors that the NFS on linux is full:
Aug 26 01:09:25 redbaron vmunix: /tmp_mnt/backup: file system full
However, a quick look at the linux box shows the filesystem to be at roughly 70% or less:
LINUX$ df /storage/redbaron
Filesystem 1k-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/hdb6 8064272 4878396 2776224 64% /storage/redbaron
So I checked the /var/log/messages file, and found the following lines, but don't have a clue what they mean:
Aug 26 02:22:26 taz
REd hat linux 8.0 installation fail with error message "insufient disk space"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 16, 2003
Hi...thanx in advance for reviewing my quetion...well i have big problem in my hand....well i have 20Gb hard,which i have done low level in order to have lot of space for Red hat linux 8.0 installtion...but the installation fail with a message "insufient disk space".......please help me.........
linux partion is not shoing the proper free disk space
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 31, 2012
I got /home partation full 100% so i have deleted some folder around 5GB and when i give df -h
it shows only 2.7GB free remaining space not able to find.
I user CentOS operation system
Please help me on this ......
Find and repair disk and file problems for red hat linux 8
- date: May 23, 2004
i need to know what tools are available to find and repair disk and file problems.
i need indepth information on how to fix.
if anyone knows about could they please contact me as soon as possible.
create mirror raid disk on sun server x4170 with red hat linux enterprise
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 21, 2011
after boot I want to create a mirror of 1 of the 2 raid controllers on a sun server x4170
question is how to create one within Red Hat Linux Enterprise. what are the commands?
Red Hat Linux latest version for free desktop usage
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 28, 2010
I like to use Red Hat Linux latest version on my desktop which will be free of cost. I will use it in my desktop which is already running Windows XP. I also like that linux should have database support like MS Access. How is it possible and what is the link to download my desired Red Hat Linux?
Questions about open source linux like Red Hat. Isit Free?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2008
Hi, i am new here, am just curious about open source Linux and Red Hat. this is for a school project actually.
is Red Hat actually free? because when i go to their site (download page) it states that i have to pay $80 for the download.
Need to install Linux Red Hat on SAN disk, need help on this...
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 22, 2010
My requirement per Project is, need to install linux on SAN disk. Server is Dell Intel server and it has Emulex HBA interface. Can any one please give me the steps to install Linux on SAN disk.
Thanks in Advance,
How to find out the free disk space for a given path on a linux shell?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 26, 2009
1) I am in some directory
2) I want to find out how much free space is left there
Is there a simple command that does this? I don't want to look in fstab or whatever, having to map the devices & mount points in my mind in order to determine how much free space I have left.
How do I programmatically get the free disk space for a directory in Linux
location: linuxexchange.com - date: October 21, 2010
Is there a function that returns how much space is free on a drive partition given a directory path?
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