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    Question zimbra not starting error "write error: No space left on device"

    hi,
    need urgent help , zimbra unable to start,
    if i do su - zimbra then try make any file or folder there then getting such error
    "write error: No space left on device"
    any idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadiq007 View Post
    hi,
    need urgent help , zimbra unable to start,
    if i do su - zimbra then try make any file or folder there then getting such error
    "write error: No space left on device"
    any idea?
    I'd suggest you research whatís' filling up your HD and then free up some space on that device.
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    Bill


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    i already moved 8 GB data now but still df showing 0 size available showing
    df

    Code:
    Filesystem           1K-blocks                Used          Available Use% Mounted on
    /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00
                            234476168               226277336         0    100%       /
    /dev/sda1               101086     19811     76056  21% /boot
    tmpfs                  1858456         0   1858456   0% /dev/shm

    if i try su - zimbra; vi /opt/zimbra/conf/somefilename
    got following error "E297: Write error in swap file"

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    I've no idea what's wrong with your system other than the error messages you keep showing tell me there's no space on that device. It really isn't very sensible to have your Zimbra directory structure on your root partition but I guess you know that now.

    For the swap file error: "E297: Write error in swap file" - Yahoo! Search Results
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