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Debian mail server's Maildir folder with too many files causing disk I/O to go on high load

I have a Debian mail server running Postfix, Courier and Maildir, with disks on EXT3 filesystem. I have noticed that when I use my webmail application (Squirrelmail, in this case). It gets some kind ...
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ext4 root filesystem corruption under XenServer 6.2 DomU

We're with a problem with filesystem corruption in guest machines in a XenServer 6.2 It only happens in Linux Machines. Randomly the filesystem remounts as read-only and them corruption starts on the ...
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How to rearange disks with a new SSD

Here is the problem: I have a Debian server with only 4 disk bays. At the moment there are 4 x 1GB SATA disks in software RAID 10. I'd like to swap one of the SATAs with a 1GB SSD disk and move the OS ...
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No disk space on / (Debian Jessie) [duplicate]

I have a problem with disk space on my dedicated server. I have no disk space available on partition / root@server1:/# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/root 96G ...
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Debian 7 - Disk lag when copying files [closed]

I'm hosting multiple game servers on a machine with Debian 7 and after a game server is created, a new game folder is extracted with the game files on it, which involves copying around 2-4 GB, and ...
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RAID 1 hard disks errors, file system is not mounting

I have a Server with 2 HDDs in soft RAID 1, the OS is Debian Wheezy. After some database testing, the file system has gone to read-only mode, after which I have rebooted the machine. The server is not ...
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udisks-daemon eating up all my memory

I'm operating a little storage server on debian, over the past months I've noticed the process udisks-daemon eating up almost all available memory. Is this just really aggressive caching or a memory ...
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SSD suddenly full

Today the hard drive of our server was suddenly full. The disk usage always stayed around 50 % in the weeks and months before (old data is regularly expunged from the server). I deleted 10 GB of ...
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Debian: nginx using an extreme amount of disk I/O

We're currently haveing an issue with one of our nginx servers. It's using an extreme amount of disk I/O. It's the / (root - cciss/c0d0) partition that's being abused. See picture of iotop here: ...
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549 views

Slow filesystem access

I'm trying to diagnose a slow filesystem issue on a server I look after. It's been ongoing for quite some time, and I've run out of ideas as to what I can try. Here's the thick of it. The server ...
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Copying Files Gives Disk Lag

I have some Game Server services running on my Debian 6.0 64-bit Custom Kernel machine. I lag on my currently running services whenever I install a new service. Installing a new service just ...
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543 views

Is it possible to repartition a running Debian system without losing data

We need to resize the partition that is mounted to /var on a running machine. The only way to access it is via SSH, so live CD is not an option for us. Can we repartition the file system without ...
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Server hang - data loss on reboot, post mortem analysis

A development server I'm responsible for (ext3 on raid 5 w/Debian Squeeze) froze up over the weekend and I was forced to reset it, as in unresponsive from KVM/physical keyboard access, no eth devices ...
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forced disk check on (re-)boot

I just now rebooted my debian server for maintainance reasons (changed the kernel). However, it seemed to not complete the reboot. So I logged in using Remote KVM and found it hanging at a forced disk ...
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debian app to email me when disk is low and on file changes?

I have a similar question. I tried iWatch but ATM it doesnt seem to email me. but also i dont believe it will watch disk space. That isnt advertise on their homepage. What app can i use to email me ...
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One mount point and two or more disks?

Is it possible to mount two or more disks (/dev/sda3, /dev/sda4) on one directory (/var/www)? If yes, then how can I do this (Debian 5.0.6)? Thank you!