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SOLVE:Re: debian squeeze tmp directory no space left

Sorry, i found the problem, it was eclipse that full the disk compiling every project i have, sorry  but i need to know df -i to solve it because i think that knowing the blocks was enought
nico escribió:
Thanks for the answer, i've found the problem, i use eclipse and every time i build a mobile application using mtj it compiles on tmp dir and it was never delete, after i delete it i have 1% usage of indodes, i supose that  when the files are too small inodes gets full and blocks no.
how can i know why /tmp/_mtj.tmpnico is not delete on every reboot
Xavier Petit de Meurville escribió:
Hello, try with command "df -i"

-i, --inodes
              list inode information instead of block usage

On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 6:04 PM, nico <nicolasardissono@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
i constantly get the error no space left on device when the user try to
write on tmp directory, and there is space on the directory also root
can still write on it.
Maybe there is some configuration issue that don't know about squeeze
Any help will be apreciate.

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