I'm a software developer troubleshooting a sticky problem on a client's production server, and I've got a bit of a problem.
They have a virtual server running Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 R1 and IIS7. It was provisioned with two partitions: one that has the OS (~15 Gig), and the other has IIS' web sites (another ~15 Gig).
My application that's running this server has been running perfectly well, up until about an hour ago, when it started throwing System.IO.IOException: "There is not enough space on disk".
As soon as my client notified me, I cleared up some space on C:\, emptied the recycle bin, and restarted SQL Server and IIS. The web server came back up and the application was running, but it no longer saves information to the database. No error message is coming up, the application can get information out of the DB, but it can no longer save data back to it. I rebooted the server, to no effect.
I spoke with a sys admin at the hosting company, and he says SQL Server appears to have come up fine and the database is not in read-only mode. I confirmed that, as I can add records to tables from SQL Server Management Studio.
I looked at the event log immediately after trying to save an edited record in the app, and no new events appear in there that I can tell.
I'm assuming this is related to having run out of space, as it was all working fine prior to that, but I'm at a bit of a loss as to what exactly needs a kick in the pants to get going again.
Can anyone help me out? What the heck is going on here?
EDIT: I have full access to the server.
EDIT: The database and log files themselves appear fine, as I pulled them down to my workstation to run some processing that needed to be done before the end of the day. Data was written to the database without any problems on my machine.