At 1:27 +0200 29/4/21, Radomir Tomis wrote:
The free space on the drive holding the mapfile was only ~44 kB (copying 1
TB *disk device* to 1 TB *file system*, you know ...), the mapfile itself
was ~134 kB.
But there was no "Error writing mapfile 'mapfile': No space left on device"

Disk recovery is a time-consuming process, and we often only get one chance at it. I cannot imagine why anyone would risk failure by putting the mapfile on a disk that is already full. Apart from anything else, operating systems often perform poorly when a disk is more than about 80% full.



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