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Filesystem /genesys/bin diskspace utilization exceeds 95 threshold.

WW528437
Occasional Contributor

Filesystem /genesys/bin diskspace utilization exceeds 95 threshold.

Filesystem /genesys/bin diskspace utilization exceeds 95 threshold.

i want to gzip the file how to zip?
when i zip it show there is no space in device
so waht to do ?
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Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: Filesystem /genesys/bin diskspace utilization exceeds 95 threshold.

> i want to gzip the file how to zip?

Define "the file".

ls -l

man gzip

> when i zip it show there is no space in
> device

As usual, showing actual commands with their
actual output can be more helpful than vague
descriptions or interpretations.

> so waht to do ?

What would you like to do?

Programs like gzip (or bzip2, or zip, or ...)
normally don't destroy an original file until
_after_ they have created a compressed file.
So, if you wish to compress a file, then you
normally need enough storage (somewhere) for
both the original and the compressed file.

With my weak psychic powers, I don't know how
much free space you have where, or what you'd
like to compress (or how big that is now or
would be if you could compress it). With
practically no useful information, it's hard
to know what to suggest.
WW528437
Occasional Contributor

Re: Filesystem /genesys/bin diskspace utilization exceeds 95 threshold.

thanks