Subject: Re: Further modem troubles, et al., and a Quantum question
To: Dan Jacobowitz <email@example.com>
From: Colin Wood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/11/1996 17:08:57
> In an attempt to fix some problems with my chat script I was attempting to
> use tip and cu to connect manually. Each time I got something along the
> lines of:
> cu: October 11, 4:15: kernel /netbsd uid 66: File system full
> Write /var/spool/locl/TMP00000001a2 failed.
> Checking with fsck showed no problems, and I can still create files. 'df',
> however, shows me at 109% capacity, even though fewer blocks are marked
> used than are marked available.
> My internal drive is, I think, a QUANTAM CS160. Not sure, but definitely a
> Quantum. Could this be the trouble that people were describing the past
> few days? Can I fix this?
This is not the same Quantum problem. You simply have a full filesystem
and need to remove and compress some stuff. Use du to figure out where
the usage is. Chances are you have a core file or two, or perhaps your
logs are using up too much space.
Colin Wood email@example.com
Consultant Rice University
Information Technology Services Houston, TX