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  1. #1
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    The filesystem [/] is getting very full

    is getting very close to full. This is very dangerous for the server
    and can cause unexpected errors to occur. You either need to move some
    files to another storage device and delete them from the Cobalt server
    or delete them altogether. Consult the documentation for help adding
    storage to your Cobalt server.

    Total disk space: 726.04 MB
    Free disk space: 8.04 MB
    Percent Used: 98 %


    How do I increase the system space?

    Thanks,
    Adriaan

  2. #2
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    Up-to-date

    Is your system up-to-date with a released patches from cobalt ?

    Cause there was an update regarding the issue you mention a while ago.
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  3. #3
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    Move non-essential stuff onto the /home partition and make a softlink:
    ln -s

    you can safely move a lot of man and doc files without the RAQ noticing. I've even moved Tomcat, Java and other system stuff to free up space

    Unfortunately the RAQ's have a really bad partition allocation, so you will be forced to deal with this at some stage unless you are only running very basic static sites
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  4. #4
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    Well, I got the same. I did a search here and put what I did in a document. This is it:

    cd /usr
    mv doc /home/
    mv man /home/
    mv info /home/

    ln -s /home/doc doc
    ln -s /home/info info
    ln -s /home/man man
    Hmm, what does this do... Oops!

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