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You cannot connect to the system because the disk is full


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Hi all,

 

I no longer have access to my xpenology.

It is a server that I use exclusively with an emby docker for reading my library.

I turn it on by WOL and it turns off alone at defined times

DSM 6.2-23739 configure as static address

 

No problem yesterday, I was able to turn it on and do what I needed, so it naturally cut off on the schedule.

This morning when switching on, no problem, except that when I wanted to connect to DSM I had an error (You cannot connect to the system because the disk is full.

Please restart the system and try again )

Since no DSM access I turned off and on the server in hard.

Second boot no longer access to the WEB interface (ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED )

Third boot the same I have SSH access but my credentials no longer work, while my user has access.

I think the server is starting correctly because I configured a notification when the server is ready with my EMBY, emby is working but playing a media does not work correctly 

 

Can you help me ? Thank you

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11 minutes ago, cmathias said:

This morning when switching on, no problem, except that when I wanted to connect to DSM I had an error (You cannot connect to the system because the disk is full.

 

https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/24273-login-fault-you-cannot-login-to-the-system-because-the-disk-space-is-full-currentli/

 

if you cant login with telnet/ssh you couls still boot a recovery linux assemble and mount /dev/md0 (system parttion raid1 over all disks)  and look/clean that way

https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/7004-tutorial-how-to-access-dsms-data-system-partitions/

 

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Thank you for your reply.

 

On this Xpenology only docker and emby are installed. When I last logged in to DSM I had over 90% free space left.

What seems weird to me is that I have access to SSH but my logins are not accepted.

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22 hours ago, IG-88 said:

 

https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/24273-login-fault-you-cannot-login-to-the-system-because-the-disk-space-is-full-currentli/

 

if you cant login with telnet/ssh you couls still boot a recovery linux assemble and mount /dev/md0 (system parttion raid1 over all disks)  and look/clean that way

https://xpenology.com/forum/topic/7004-tutorial-how-to-access-dsms-data-system-partitions/

 

 

Solved. Thanks. 

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11 hours ago, cmathias said:

Solved. Thanks. 

might be interesting to know what the problem was if anyone else hast the same problem

as you already wrote, its unusual that the system disk gets filled with something

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8 hours ago, IG-88 said:

might be interesting to know what the problem was if anyone else hast the same problem

as you already wrote, its unusual that the system disk gets filled with something

 

I used your method to connect the system partition to an ubuntu live cd.

By digging a little bit I realize that the system partition (2.4GB) is full. Using the "du -h" command I could see that the "root" folder contains 1.4GB of data. In the end, it is the rclone cache which is in this folder. I deleted it and changed the default configuration of rclone to move the cache to a data folder.

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