blasio

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  1. Solved! Finally I managed to log in! I describe what I did, but I suspected 2 things, but my solution failed to filter out what was wrong… - Tip # 1: I read in some 2015 forums that when this bug came up, there was something wrong with "Photo" with PhotoStation. - Tip two: My second idea was that the "Serviio Media Server" installed from an external source was littering the system partition Since I couldn't stop the applications at all, I read how to remove packages from the command line (Source: https://github.com/wuseman/SYNOLOGY/blob/master/README.md List of installed
  2. Htop is installed, I have already watched. Attached pictures are attached.
  3. For about 6 months it goes continuously without any error on the server
  4. Serviio media server is installed and the required Java RE is required
  5. Yes, I tried, but it doesn't help. After the first reboot, I was able to log in once, but no more was helped by the reboot. After other restarts, the error message always came immediately. I also thought the tmp directory was full, but unfortunately I don't know how to fix it.SSH is enabled and I can access it through it. I'm out of control of hard drive capacity, but the hard drives are not full, as you can see in the picture ...
  6. SSH is enabled and I can access it through it. I'm out of control of hard drive capacity, but the hard drives are not full, as you can see in the picture ...
  7. Dear Everybody. For ESXi6.7 I've been using dsm's latest 6.2 version for less than half a year under DS3615xs. Unfortunately, a few days ago, there was a bug that I can't fix. This is what the web interface says when I try to sign in: "You cannot login to the system because the disk space is full currentli." Of course disks are not full at all. Can someone please help me out what to do? Restarting doesn't help either!