[SOLVED] Iuse at 100% cannot get into web enviroment

daytona611

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Hi, unfortunately I have no idea what I am doing with Proxmox. I have read a few threads and tried
df -hi
this tells me I am at 100% inodes usage for rpool and rpool/ROOT/pve-1
Proxmox.jpg
I do not know what to do to solve this issue.
Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks

Mark
 
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Hi,

ZFS does not have a fixed number of inodes, so there is no way to calculate it.
But why you do not mount rpool/DATA and rpool/ROOT?
 
Hi,

ZFS does not have a fixed number of inodes, so there is no way to calculate it.
But why you do not mount rpool/DATA and rpool/ROOT?

Does this mean that inodes is not the problem?
I do not know how to mount rpool/DATA and rpool/ROOT or what it does.
I am pretty much useless at this :)

This is the warning I received via email before the computer froze and I had to reboot.

disk_inodes._CHART​
out of disk inodes time = 1h
estimated time the disk will run out of inodes, if the system continues to allocate inodes with the rate of the last hourALARM​
/FAMILY​
Escalated to CRITICALSEVERITY​

After rebooting I could no longer access the web interface.
I run MacOS Mojave and Windows 10 in VMs with pass through for graphics.

Thanks

Mark
 
Awesome thanks, will try upgrading the system. This will take me a while but once I have figured out how to do it I will post the results if it is repaired or not.

Thanks for your help

Mark
 
Looks like I'm out of disk space. Is there any way to delete files from a VM drive? I think it is 3 x 1Tb drives in raid something.

Proxmoxhdd.jpg
 
You could delete some logs at /var/log.
Then you can start the VM and delete the files in the VM.
 
Are there any other files I can delete that wont effect the system? I am into the web interface now but not enough space to start the vm. All logs deleted.
 
Are there any other files I can delete that wont effect the system? I am into the web interface now but not enough space to start the vm. All logs deleted.

you can delete some old packages from the apt cache at /var/cache/apt/archives
 
That did it, i'm back up and running now.

I ran this

apt-get dist-upgrade and no more errors so should be good.

Thanks for all your help

Mark
 
you're welcome. please mark the thread as [SOLVED] so others know what to expect.
 

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