Hello, sorry if this is already posted in the forum, I couldn't find anything.
Out of the blue I started getting php session path errors about can't write to disk, not enough disk space but the filesystem /var is on has plenty of space. I noticed I can't even touch a new file in the /var tree, I'd get a similar warning about disk space full. I checked the inodes with df -i and sure enough /var is 100% in use.
I grepped for small files in var using: for i in /var/*; do echo $i; find $i |wc -l; done
And it hangs in the /var/asl directory which tells me there are a lot of little files in there. How can I fix this problem without removing all of asl's rule files or other things it needs. Is there a log directory that isn't being cleaned out or something? I'd rather not have to create an entirely new filesystem if I can avoid it.
Post subject: Re: /var/asl taking up a lot of inodes?
Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2012 3:33 pm
Joined: Mon Jan 15, 2007 2:03 am Posts: 40
Sorry for the dumb question but I can't figure out how to restart asl after editing the config so it will take in the new settings. I searched the wiki and support forums.. Also not seeing it in asl help
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