mesg 001: V-2-1: vx_nospace - mount_point file system full (n block extent)

Article:TECH47757  |  Created: 2006-01-08  |  Updated: 2014-06-06  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH47757
Article Type
Technical Solution



Issue



mesg 001: V-2-1: vx_nospace - mount_point file system full (n block extent)


Error



NOTICE: msgcnt x: mesg 001: V-2-1: vx_nospace - mount_point file system full (n block extent)


Solution



Issue

The file system is out of space.

Often, there is plenty of space and one runaway process used up all the remaining free space. In other cases, the available free space becomes fragmented and unusable for some files.


Solution

Monitor the free space in the file system to prevent it from becoming full. If a runaway process has used up all the space, stop that process, find the files created by the process, and remove them. If the file system is out of space, remove files, defragment, or expand the file system.

To remove files, use the find command to locate the files that are to be removed. To get the most space with the least amount of work, remove large files or file trees that are no longer needed. Use the fsadm command to defragment, or vxresize to expand the volume, and file system.

See the fsadm_vxfs(1M) manual page
 

Supplemental Materials

ValueV-2-1
Description

NOTICE: msgcnt x: mesg 001: V-2-1: vx_nospace - mount_point file system full (n block extent)


Legacy ID



283308


Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH47757


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