[Ubuntu-ma] Augmenter la taille de mon TMP

ISLAM Abou El Ata kindyroot at gmail.com
Mar 5 Avr 16:09:01 UTC 2011


you can do: du --max-depth=1 -x -m
to know where your disc space is!

do also a "df"

you can post the result of these two commands here

On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 4:05 PM, Naima Bouznag <bouznag.naima at gmail.com>wrote:

> thanks yahya and islam for your replies,
> @Islam: well it isn't funny but i did my best :)
> this is a dedicated srv which i didn't install
>
> running df command, this is the result for tmp
> /usr/tmpDSK             495844    165790    304454  36% /tmp
>
> can you plz describe me the process which i should follow?
>
> Thanks again;
>
>
> 2011/4/5 ISLAM Abou El Ata <kindyroot at gmail.com>
>
>> Hahahaaaa you MADE MY DAY with your cron job idea to clean tmp every 5
>> minutes :D very funny!
>>
>> Most likely your /temp is not on a separate partition (unless you had
>> chosen to do so at install time), .. I think you only a have a too small
>> root partition (/) or you filled it too much ..
>> Anyway if you want to put your /tmp elseway (where you have more space)
>> you still can unmount it (umount /tmp), mount another filesystem there
>> (mount /dev/sdxx /tmp) and make it permanent byupdating your /etc/fstab
>> file.
>>
>>
>> On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 3:40 PM, Naima Bouznag <bouznag.naima at gmail.com>wrote:
>>
>>> yeah it isn't big enought so i should increase it to 1Go, everytime, i
>>> receive an email with alert (/tmp is 80% full), so i've prepared a cron with
>>> a perl script to clean it each 5min, but it isn't a good idea because i'm
>>> deleting my sessions every 5min causing troubles to my applications.
>>>
>>> i've just found a shell script i'm trying to test it, but plz if someone
>>> else has an idea it will be welcome;
>>>
>>> thanks;
>>>
>>>
>>> 2011/4/5 Nordin <bouchtaoui at gmail.com>
>>>
>>>>  Look for something about resizing partition.
>>>> If temp is not big enough, make a seperate partition of a certain size
>>>> and modify fstable. Don't know the details, but google for partition,
>>>> fstable, resize and harddrive.
>>>>
>>>> Success.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 5-4-2011 17:21, Naima Bouznag wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Bonjour tout le monde,
>>>>> j'ai un serveur Centos5 et je veux augmenter la taille du /tmp;
>>>>> je demande si quelqu'un peut me guider et me dire ce qu'il faut faire.
>>>>>
>>>>> merci par avance;
>>>>>
>>>>>
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