Full /var with nothing? - BSD

This is a discussion on Full /var with nothing? - BSD ; Hi, here are the relevant things. /dev/ad0s1d 1485710 1483910 -117056 109% /var [root@ginnungagap /var]# du -sh 514M . and the /var/log/messages showing twice every second: May 7 12:02:48 ginn2 kernel: pid 1553 (mysqld), uid 88 inumber 141827 on /var: filesystem ...

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  1. Full /var with nothing?

    Hi, here are the relevant things.


    /dev/ad0s1d 1485710 1483910 -117056 109% /var
    [root@ginnungagap /var]# du -sh
    514M .

    and the /var/log/messages showing twice every second:
    May 7 12:02:48 ginn2 kernel: pid 1553 (mysqld), uid 88 inumber 141827
    on /var: filesystem full

    (not only mysql)




    I have no ****ing idea what's going on and where did another 500M of
    /var space get lost


  2. Re: Full /var with nothing?

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    On Wed, 07 May 2008 10:56:56 +0200, Us wrote:
    > I have no ****ing idea what's going on and where did another 500M of
    > /var space get lost


    Forgot to force the programs that write the logs to close them after the
    files get rotated. Probably a FAQ, too, though I'm too lazy to check.


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  3. Re: Full /var with nothing?

    jpd wrote:
    > Begin
    > On Wed, 07 May 2008 10:56:56 +0200, Us wrote:
    >> I have no ****ing idea what's going on and where did another 500M of
    >> /var space get lost

    >
    > Forgot to force the programs that write the logs to close them after the
    > files get rotated. Probably a FAQ, too, though I'm too lazy to check.
    >
    >



    Well it's a fresh install and reboot didn't help. What I did was do a
    single-user boot and fsck of the /var partition. Now it works at 39%
    percent filled as it shoudl be...

    Thanks for trying and I hope it will work as now.

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