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    Out of Disk Space

    Disk sda3 (/) 100 %

    I can't access via Shell to manage them, can do anything with WHM cause I receive error about no diskspace left.

    How else I can remove files?

    If console, is there any default url or port to access? Since they didnt gave me this info and suppor t is "somewhere...
    Last edited by DjiXas; 01-11-2007 at 05:45 AM.

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    Hi,

    reboot the server using a kvm go in linux run level3 and you should be able to remove some files with the below

    rm *.tar.gz

    That command will remove all .tar.gz files (format used for cpanel backups)

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DjiXas
    Disk sda3 (/) 100 %

    I can't access via Shell to manage them, can do anything with WHM cause I receive error about no diskspace left.

    How else I can remove files?

    If console, is there any default url or port to access? Since they didnt gave me this info and suppor t is "somewhere...
    We couldn't say anything without even knowing the filesystem partitioning. You really need shell access to fix this kind of issues. For a permanent solution, you have to contact the hosting provider.

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    ask the provider to do a symlink to another slice on your partition table.

    If you have the whole drive setup under '/' a symlink will not help much but dump the logs that should clear up some space.
    As linuxcares said.. we cant give more of a solution yet.

    The ideal setup would be / /boot /home /tmp /var /usr swap etc etc..
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    It must be pretty damn full if you cant log in via ssh as root. Even at 100%, root still reseves 5% for emergencies like that. 100% to everyone else is 95% for root.

    nevermind, a reread your post. :-)
    Last edited by page-zone; 01-11-2007 at 06:47 PM.

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