On Wed, 12 Nov 2008, Jeremy Chadwick wrote:
I would start by taking the machine down, booting it into single-user, and running fsck -y. background fsck does not catch all errors.
Background fsck has been turned off from the beginning, and a couple of weeks ago when there was a power break, full fsck -y was done all the same. But you're right, running fsck -y once again will not harm.
Also, how soon do you check the box to see how much space/free inodes it has after receiving a "filesystem full" error? Are we talking "I checked it 4-5 hours later", or "I checked it 30 seconds after"?
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