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DCE 7.4.1 restart "Error closing file %s: No space left on device"

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DCE 7.4.1 restart "Error closing file %s: No space left on device"

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by mamacoo on 2017-04-12


Hi support Team,

This problem occurs during download Capturelogs,the DCE server crashes,restart the DCE server through the virtual machine management software,DCE service can not start," Starting Data Center Expert: Error closing file %s : No space left on device"

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Re: DCE 7.4.1 restart "Error closing file %s: No space left on device"

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2017-04-12


Hi mamacoo,

After DCE-server rebooting, you can login to the DCE Web-console?

How long have you been interested in the size of the available disk space on the DCE-server?

If this is DCE VM appliance, try adding one more virtual HDD of the size, for example, 50GB. Power off and power on the DCE VM appliance after that: if the server software is OK, then the newly added amount of free space will be added to the /data logical volume and the server software should start normally.

I am always glad to help.

(CID:116920008)

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Re: DCE 7.4.1 restart "Error closing file %s: No space left on device"

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2017-04-12


You need to adjust the available harddisk space on the virtual machine in order to make more space available.

Attention: do not increase the size of an existing virtual HDD. This will not help you. It is necessary to add one more separate virtual HDD and restart the DCE-server. This rule applies to both the DCE VM appliance and the DCE hardware appliance. Look carefully at this topic: .

 With best regards.

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Re: DCE 7.4.1 restart "Error closing file %s: No space left on device"

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by mamacoo on 2017-04-12


Hi Spezialist,

the /data is 100% load,how to add free space to the /Data Folder?

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Re: DCE 7.4.1 restart "Error closing file %s: No space left on device"

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by spezialist on 2017-04-12


mamacoo,

See my answer below:

  1. power off the VMware DCE VM;
  2. add second vHDD appropriate size to the DCE VM configuration;
  3. power on the VMware DCE VM;
  4. login to the DCE-client and check available local storage size.

I am always glad to help.

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Re: DCE 7.4.1 restart "Error closing file %s: No space left on device"

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by mamacoo on 2017-04-25


yes,i get it.,add a second vhdd or extend the /data can resolve it.Thanks

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Re: DCE 7.4.1 restart "Error closing file %s: No space left on device"

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Hi mamacoo,

By adding the second vhdd, you thereby expand the automatically /data partition.

 But simply extend an existing /data partition without adding a second vhdd is no longer so easy, since you either need the root password, or mount the DCE-server partitions offline with a Linux LiveCD 😀.

With best regadrs.

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