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Filesystem full messages

Paul Khavkine writes:

>  We have a server that keeps reporting /usr filesystem full:
>  Feb  7 11:20:41 srv15 kernel: pid 47903 (popper), uid 32999 inumber 1011621
>  on /usr: filesystem full
>  But it /usr is not full at all:
>  df -h
>  /dev/da0s1g     23G    8.7G     13G    41%    /usr

>  Is there anything that can be taking disk space that "df" or "du"
>  would not be able to report ?
>  How can i find out this is hapenning ?

	Try something like:

/usr/local/sbin/lsof | grep VREG | awk '{print $1, $3, $7, $9}' | sort -nr -k 3

	(this assumes you have sysutils/lsof installed) and see if
anything is bigger than it ought to be.

				Robert Huff
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