Re: /var partition seems locked or read only
Le 24.07.2014 00:04, Pascal Hambourg a écrit :
Vincent Zweije a écrit :
On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 09:59:26AM -0700, der.hans wrote:
Do you have large open files that have been removed? The filesystem
show those as free space, but until the proceses holding the files
have been stopped the disk space has not been freed.
du (which uses the directory tree) would not show the space allocated
deleted-but-not-yet-closed files as used, but df would.
Thanks to all who replied, but it was not a process problem, since I
tried rebooting it (you like to play, or not, right?).
This looks most probable to me. Try this:
Inode exhaustion (df -i) looks more probable to me.
Nice, you point the problem, it seem:
# df -i
Sys. de fichiers Inœuds IUtil. ILibre IUti% Monté sur
/dev/sda3 610800 46946 563854 8% /
udev 506659 376 506283 1% /dev
tmpfs 507294 339 506955 1% /run
tmpfs 507294 2 507292 1% /run/lock
tmpfs 507294 2 507292 1% /run/shm
/dev/sda2 1152 286 866 25% /boot
/dev/sda5 9568 1246 8322 14% /home
/dev/sda7 243840 15 243825 1% /tmp
/dev/sda6 13952 13952 0 100% /var
I guess that I need to delete files to have a temporary resolution of
the problem, but how can I avoid it to come back?