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oprakash
Frequent Advisor

100 % fulled

Hi,

I am getting 100 % fulled in / filesystem

Error MSG: vxfs: mesg 001: vx_nospace - /dev/root file system full (1 block extent)
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Suraj K Sankari
Honored Contributor

Re: 100 % fulled

Hi,

Check with find command any big files are there or not
or somebody move some big folder in /
or use lsof to find out the open files in /

Suraj
oprakash
Frequent Advisor

Re: 100 % fulled

Suraj,

Thanks suraj, wat i did is i have started some backup. And suddently it goes to 100 %.
Please help
V. Nyga
Honored Contributor

Re: 100 % fulled

Hi,

this means you've a typo error in your backup command - check /dev or /dev/rmt for big files.
Or check your last backup command.
Then you'll find the file.

Volkmar
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V. Nyga
Honored Contributor

Re: 100 % fulled

See also this threads:
http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1227287

V.
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Aneesh Mohan
Honored Contributor

Re: 100 % fulled

Hi Prakash,

Find the large files using the below command and hose keep the unwanted ones.

# find / -xdev -depth -type f -exec ls -l {} \;|sort -rnk5 |more

Aneesh

SoorajCleris
HPE Pro

Re: 100 % fulled

please paste your bdf output.

use df command and check which file is biggera and not usefull. Delete it.

If no way then you need to increase the size of /

1. you may take latest ignite back up and restore. then modify the size.

2. Use reducing the size of swap and increasing / .( risky)

3. Use DRD and increase the size ( Risky).
"UNIX is basically a simple operating system, but you have to be a genius to understand the simplicity" - Dennis Ritchie
oprakash
Frequent Advisor

Re: 100 % fulled

Hi,

Thanks now it was reduced...

But by mistake i was deleted the contains in one directory /demo.

I am having a tape backup for that how should i restore that, its urgent
Aneesh Mohan
Honored Contributor

Re: 100 % fulled

Is it a tar backup ?

Check it out by
#tar -tvf /dev/rmt/0m --> to list (substitute with correct device file)

#tar -xvf /dev/rmt/0m /dump

Aneesh
Aneesh Mohan
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: 100 % fulled

sorry bad typo
#tar -xvf /dev/rmt/0m /demo
V. Nyga
Honored Contributor

Re: 100 % fulled

Hi,

what kind of backup?
Pure tar? SAM backup?
Another backup tool?

V.
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oprakash
Frequent Advisor

Re: 100 % fulled

Hi,

You guys are rocked pa, problem solved now, thanks a ton