Services running on the CPM might log errors related to insufficient disk space. When attempting to write to disk, the following error might be returned: No space left on device.
The df command does not reveal that disk space on the partition is utilized on 100%. However, the df -i command reveals that there are not any free inodes left.
Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on
/dev/md5 1001920 26401 975519 3% /
/dev/md1 13056 31 13025 1% /boot
/dev/mapper/d1vg-lv1 256000 256000 0 100% /var
none 448971 2 448969 1% /dev/shm
On the Linux or Unix systems, free inodes are consumed for each file created. It might happen that even if there is enough disk space, there are not inodes left. This happens when a huge amount of small files exists on the filesystem.
On a CPM, the /var/spool/clientmqueue directory might contain a large number of files.
A solution, which will automatically clean the /var/spool/clientmqueue directory, has been added to the following XOS versions: