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Bug#666747: kfreebsd-image-9-amd64: "No space left on device" on /run

On 01/04/2012 17:09, Robert Millan wrote:
Hi Gonéri,

El 1 d’abril de 2012 16:25, goneri<goneri@rulezlan.org>  ha escrit:
Some hours after a reboot, /run becomes full and it's not possible to
create new file and so this:
  - create daemon restart failure
  - generate various error during dist-upgrade.
/run is supposed to be tmpfs, *not* zfs (and both are known to be
excessively memory-hungry).

Please can you confirm which filesystem are you using in /run?

Hello Robert,

I use tmpfs for /run. It's a standard Sid install I did with the Debian
Installer some days ago.

root@nana:/home/goneri# df /run
Filesystem     1K-blocks  Used Available Use% Mounted on
tmpfs                 48    48         0 100% /run

Something that may be related. There is no swap partition:
root@nana:/home/goneri# swapctl -l
Device:       1048576-blocks      Used:

I can reproduce the problem easily now by rebuilding 2 or 3 large
packages within pbuilder.

Best regards,

  Gonéri Le Bouder

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