Posted on November 3, 2020 at 11:51 am
With “df -h” you may get like if all is fine, however…
This generally is an inodes issue, try to run this:
And you should see which partition has no space left.
Then try to run this command to know the real directory size:
du -sh /path/*
Once you know what is the folder that is full, just remove the files and that’s it.
In my case the issue was that a folder had too many files inside.
So I used the following command to remove all files:
for f in /path/images/*.png; do rm "$f"; done
And then problem solved!
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