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comment sendmail config, making open relay
Worked like a charm. Thanks :)
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accepted EXT4 “No space left on device (28)” incorrect
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answered ssh remote execution always exits 127
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asked ssh remote execution always exits 127
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comment EXT4 “No space left on device (28)” incorrect
While I did downvote this question (and my downvote is still valid) I did end up going with XFS.
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comment EXT4 “No space left on device (28)” incorrect
Switched to XFS, worked without issue storing over 15m files in one directory while migrating datasets etc.
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comment EXT4 “No space left on device (28)” incorrect
Used XFS, solved issue.
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comment EXT4 “No space left on device (28)” incorrect
@poige , is ReiserFS team starting a cult? Your advocacy is ... strong.
Apr
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comment EXT4 “No space left on device (28)” incorrect
@rvs - I am limited in what I am doing. I could in theory split the files, but I am not doing directory listing or indexing of files. If I can keep them in one dir it will make my life simpler.
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comment EXT4 “No space left on device (28)” incorrect
+1 for trying to identify the cause. Your link mentions EXT3, trying to find out if these limits remain unchanged in ext4.
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comment EXT4 “No space left on device (28)” incorrect
Again, my question isn't "Ext4 or XFS for millions of files in one directory" but "I have issue X on ext4, what could be the direct cause."; "You are using EXT4" isn't an answer to "what is the cause?"