I have CentOS server with 7 partitions and 2 of them are LVM partitions one is divided as 2 LVM partitions. While working with the production software the disk suddenly gets full in a folder that is stored in one of the LVM partitions that are together in one of the 7 normal partitions. My / partition is only 40G while the /somedir LVM partition is 250G of space, why is the system reporting disk full when the files in the LVM partition grow near the size of the / partition??
the df -h command throws:
/dev/sda2 39G 6,9G 30G 19% / tmpfs 3,9G 1,4M 3,9G 1% /dev/shm /dev/mapper/vgdata-bcks 247G 172G 63G 74% /backups /dev/sda1 485M 310M 151M 68% /boot /dev/mapper/vgusers-home 386G 3,4G 363G 1% /home /dev/sda5 14G 36M 13G 1% /tmp /dev/mapper/vgdata-usrs 247G 30G 205G 13% /usr1 192.168.11.70:/data 2,0T 249G 1,8T 13% /mnt/SATANAS //192.168.11.240/Spooler 233G 57G 177G 25% /mnt/Fiscaldir //192.168.11.223/Catalogos 96G 44G 53G 46% /media/Catalogos //192.168.11.204/compartidos 98G 42G 51G 46% /mnt/Reportes /dev/sdb1 3,7T 31G 3,7T 1% /media/Seagate Backup Plus Drive
sorry it was not formatted before