[Users] Problems with quota and hardlinks
Esmé de Wolf
esme at elements.nl
Thu Aug 25 10:20:16 EDT 2011
If df show's you no space left (ie. 100% used) then there is no space left
(quite easy not?). Inodes don't make space, they are just used for storing
information (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inode). OpenVZ does indeed
use inodes, as any filesystem does. But you're mixing things up.
Hope it helped you,
Van: users-bounces at openvz.org [mailto:users-bounces at openvz.org] Namens
Verzonden: donderdag 25 augustus 2011 15:14
Aan: users at openvz.org
Onderwerp: [Users] Problems with quota and hardlinks
I have experienced a problem with ccollect, which is a tool similar to the
timemachine, which uses hardlinks.
At some point, the container in which ccollect runs says no more space, but
there are still plenty of free inodes, but no space with "df".
Any idea of the quota of openvz uses inodes or not?
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