Today I logged in to Webmin and tried creating a virtual server. But hten i got an error: - No space left on device
this appeared on multiple stages of creating the vurtual server.
Why is it happening? I have a 500GB HDD which is barely filled.
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 0 1030524 0% /dev/shm /dev/md2 477178104 16606524 436332312 4% /home[/code:1]
I assume that 100% filled disk is not good, but what is it? Where can I find it and how to get some space there?
I tried to fix the problem every single way my knowledge lets me, but I did not succeed and I had to reboot because the Webmin interface started acting up and giving errors (i think connected with the "no space" problem). After a reboot the Webmin seems alright but the problem persists.
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 appears when I click on the "Refresh System Information" link). Could it be a problem with permssions?
Any advice is appreciated!
Regards and Happy Holidays.
Post edited by: rebrain, at: 2008/12/24 17:34<br><br>Post edited by: rebrain, at: 2008/12/24 17:35