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onalid

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A new problem. Sinds today i get this warning by email:

Low free disk space
Event description
Directory: ./tmp
Current free space: 71,17 MB
Alert description:
You are receiving this message because the hard disk of the Kerio Control computer is almost out of free space. This is a critical issue which must be addressed immediately.
This message is automatically generated by Kerio Control (control),
please do not reply to this e-mail.
Fri Mar 16 12:00:39 2012

The total free disk space is big enough (see attached file). Control (7.3.0 patch 1 build 3909) runs on a small system (software appliance) with a 64GB SSD and is running fine.

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divil

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Hello,

Did you solve somehow this problem pls.?

THX!
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onalid

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Howdy,
until now i´ll never got this problem again.

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Anton Tikhonov (kerio)

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hi there


i think that you need to check your partitions over ssh access to ApE host, use df -h command to see information about partition usage, after that i can recommend you to look into /tmp to find out what files are use so much space, in most cases i saw it is old upgrade images what you may delete safety
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onalid

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Hi,
there never was low free disc space take a look <_at_>my picture first posting. It look like some kind of "quota" of the /tmp folder or something?
After that this error never came back again.

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Jan Jezek (Kerio)

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The /tmp directory actually resides in RAM. I admit that reporting it as a low disk free space might be a bit confusing.

Jan Jezek
Product Development Manager - Kerio Control
Kerio Technologies
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Anton Tikhonov (kerio)

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onalid wrote on Wed, 27 June 2012 17:45
Hi,
there never was low free disc space take a look <_at_>my picture first posting. It look like some kind of "quota" of the /tmp folder or something?
After that this error never came back again.


as you probably know /tmp is separate partition, this is why i've recommended you to use command df -h in linux console of appliance. This command can show you data size on hdd partitions. But Jan tells us that that this is virtual partition resides in RAM, so i think in such cases best way to solve it will be simple host restarting.
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senos

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Hi,

I've got the same problem, Kerio 8 is running in a VM and tmp is runnig low. I raised the size of my memory, but still no change.
How should I resize /tmp in kerio8?

:found the problem, kerio 8 is only available at 32bit, but I need x64 to support more memory =) I opened a support ticket.

Greets

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