/tmp: filesystem full
jerrymc at msu.edu
Wed Dec 12 13:14:15 PST 2007
On Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 03:08:50PM -0600, Cesar Amaya wrote:
> Robert Huff wrote:
> >Cesar Amaya writes:
> >> napstats# fstat | grep "/tmp"
> >> www httpd 1739 15 /tmp 4 -rw------- 0 rw
> > Can you afford to shut down the web server (Apache ?)?
> > Robert Huff
> Nothing is shown if I shut down the web server. But I saw something
> weird when I run # fstat | grep "/tmp", was something like this:
> <someuser> mail.local 1739 15 /tmp 4 -rw-------
> 73917491734 rw
Looks like something, maybe your mail program has a large file open -
maybe trying to receive a huge file. Killing the process could get
that file closed and either it would be gone or would finally show
how much space it is holding.
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