Problem with my server
derek at computinginnovations.com
Thu Dec 28 12:54:17 PST 2006
Check for symlinks into tmp such as /var/tmp -> /tmp
Often logfiles will fill /tmp
At 02:35 PM 12/28/2006, Lisa Casey wrote:
>I'm running freeradius on FreeBSD 5.3 I noticed a problem in my radius
>logs a little while ago. In my messages log I saw the following:
>Dec 28 03:11:42 radius kernel: pid 53251 (cp), uid 0 inumber 8 on /tmp:
>Dec 28 03:11:55 radius kernel: pid 52711 (perl), uid 0 inumber 7 on /tmp:
>I rebooted the system and it seems to be OK now. I am comcerned though
>because I don't really know what might cause /tmp to fill up and what I
>might do to prevent that. I don't know what df showed before the reboot,
>but the /tmp file system is fine now:
>Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
>/dev/ad0s1a 253678 124276 109108 53% /
>devfs 1 1 0 100% /dev
>/dev/ad0s1e 253678 22 233362 0% /tmp
>/dev/ad0s1f 36493196 2114040 31459702 6% /usr
>/dev/ad0s1d 396526 47528 317276 13% /var
>devfs 1 1 0 100% /var/named/dev
>I realise this might be a pretty vague question, but what might cause /tmp
>to get full? This server is used for radius authentication, email for a
>few (~ 50) users and it runs bind as a slave DNS server.
>Thanks for any input.
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