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They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. The files are all stored on /dev/sdb1 and /dev/sdc1. How can I make Debian create logs with smaller sizes? sinjab, Jun 10, 2007 #5 falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer Did you set a quota for the group admispconfig manually? http://ermcenter.com/failed-to/failed-to-run-usr-share-webmin-time-sync-pl.html

No, create an account now. the locations he trys to access seem fine to me. Logged dalek LST CareTaker Crescent Posts: 237 Re: Failed to open /etc/webmin/webmin/oscache for writing : Disk quota exceeded « Reply #1 on: December 06, 2012, 10:15:31 PM » There is a edge, Jun 9, 2007 #2 sinjab New Member This error appears with every site and every reseller.

Thanks Last edited: Jun 9, 2007 sinjab, Jun 9, 2007 #3 falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer What's the output of Code: repquota -avug ? Hosting a webserver with a ton of data? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

Posts: 21 Re: Failed to open /etc/webmin/webmin/oscache for writing : Disk quota exceeded « Reply #2 on: December 07, 2012, 06:45:28 AM » Thanks dalek but I think I found the I deleted that and everything worked fine. I have never used quotas before but from what I have read, it limits space based on a specific user or perhaps software. In the future, depending on what you are doing with the install, you may want to create separate /home, /boot, or /var partitions.

Xenforo skin by Xenfocus Contact Us Help Imprint Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2014 XenForo Ltd. So should I be able to allocate more space to the "/dev/md1" by just editing quotas? How can I make Debian create logs with smaller sizes?

If you want the logs to be smaller, you need to poke through the logs to determine what service is generating do like 'gtdaqua' suggested: Under root partition (cd /), type: Code: sudo du * -s | sort -nr | head That will tell you the file/folder with the highest size.

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Post edited by: rebrain, at: 2008/12/24 17:35 Log in or register to post comments #2 Wed, 12/24/2008 - 18:22 andreychek I fear you're not going

You might even consider putting / and /home on the same partition so you don't have to guess as to how much space to make available to each. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1040032 Results 1 to 12 of 12 Thread: No space left on device (28) Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode or pay a pro like myself to remote fix. Have a good one, -Eric Log in or register to post comments #3 Thu, 12/25/2008 - 03:57 (Reply to #2) rebrain I woke up today and checked the "df" again.

Unfortunately, your / partition -- which houses all your system files, the log files (in /var/log), MySQL databases (in /var/lib/mysql), and everything else but what's in /home -- only has 3GB http://ermcenter.com/failed-to/failed-to-write-to-an-ipc-port.html Logged keen_prat Linux Noob ! Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Advertise Privacy Statement Terms of Service Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data Center Knowledge please instruct..

Why is it happening? Registered Linux User #299080 Adv Reply January 16th, 2009 #6 damo12 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date Aug 2008 Beans 94 Re: No Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. http://ermcenter.com/failed-to/failed-to-lookup-ip-address-for-www-webmin-com-ubuntu.html This avoids all of those "OMG, this partition is full, but I have so much free space on this other one...why didn't I make this one bigger to start with???" moments.

i tried to add a module. (pro ftpd or pure ftpd or something, cant remember which. to do that, you can go into Webmin -> System -> Disk Quotas, and there you can click the "Disable Quotas" option. -Eric Log in or register to post comments

That's just not really enough :-/ I mean, you can clear out some cache files, clean up /tmp, make sure all the old logs are purged, etc, but that's all just

Sorry for asking what is probably a really obvious question but I'm pretty new to Linux servers.

folders are totally diffrent. /etc/webmin is /usr/local/etc/webmin everything is located diffrently than on page saying how set it up with apache on a directory. (the guide is /apache.html on webmin main Logged keen_prat Linux Noob ! If not is there a way to "repartition" without formatting?

Sorry, you can't resolve this issue by tweaking quotas. i think it can find the files, the problem is the bad file descriptor, it can't open them, how do i do symlinks?

Today I logged in to Webmin and tried creating a virtual server. You need to only delete those once they are old, un-used, which tmpwatch takes care of. This can be done on a live system as long as /home is not in use when you try to unmount it. his comment is here Adv Reply January 17th, 2009 #9 damo12 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Carafe of Ubuntu Join Date Aug 2008 Beans 94 Re: No Space Left on Device

Check : Code: sudo du -sh /var/log You can remove the *.gz logfiles in /var/log if you like. Also, make sure logrotate is running in the daily cron -- it should run each night and compress the previous days logs, as well as delete logs that are too old. Find More Posts by coal-fire-ice 07-28-2005, 11:08 AM #2 coal-fire-ice Member Registered: Nov 2004 Location: SE England Distribution: Debian, SUSE, Ubuntu, Slackware Posts: 147 Original Poster Rep: nm, i There are some tools available out there for resizing Linux partitions.

Under root partition, type: Code: sudo du * -s | sort -nr | head That will tell you the file/folder with the highest size. Register Now, or check out the Site Tour and find out everything Web Hosting Talk has to offer. Join Date May 2008 Beans 74 DistroUbuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron Re: No Space Left on Device what does the output of: Code: $ df -ah it looks like maybe '/boot' is Last edited by Hamid Reza; 12-13-2007 at 12:43 PM.

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Home Search Login Register Linux Forums - Linux Help,Advice & support community:LinuxSolved.com » Linux Software » Linux Control Panels » Failed to open /etc/webmin/webmin/oscache for writing : Disk quota exceeded « EDIT: I am having problems with using Webmin because it does not want to work without it's "free space": [code:1]Failed to write to /etc/webmin/security-updates/current.cache : No space left on device[/code:1] (This usually the semaphores fill up.

To solve that, you'll unfortunately need to start over and re-partition, but I'd highly recommend allocating much more space to the / mount point. I ran df: df [code:1]Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/md1 3020048 3019952 0 100% / tmpfs 1030524 0 1030524 0% /lib/init/rw udev 10240 44 10196 1% /dev tmpfs 1030524 had added a couple of modules to it already, and they went on fine. SourceForge About Site Status @sfnet_ops Powered by Apache Alluraâ„¢ Find and Develop Software Create a Project Software Directory Top Downloaded Projects Community Blog @sourceforge Resources Help Site Documentation Support Request ©

That will also make quotas easier. Search this Thread 07-27-2005, 05:10 PM #1 coal-fire-ice Member Registered: Nov 2004 Location: SE England Distribution: Debian, SUSE, Ubuntu, Slackware Posts: 147 Rep: webmin troubles - Failed to write According to statistics nothing is over quota. ipcs -s | grep nobody | perl -e 'while () { @a=split(/\s+/); print `ipcrm sem $a[1]`}' about /tmp some advice. # if --test is passed, we just show the results if