|Thomas Delrue on 28 Sep 2017 09:01:39 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] Reclaiming inodes|
On Thursday, September 28, 2017 3:34:08 PM EDT Joe Rosato wrote: >I doubt you actually have this problem, it is possible, but my guess is >there are a lot of tiny files somewhere... Maybe spool because mail issue?? >Find the directory and you will find your problem. This was exactly what was going on. cron was trying to send mail (MAILTO="" was NOT part of my crontab file) and thus these things were accumulating in my /var/spool/exim4 folder) The solution was to get rid of all those file, put MAILTO="" in my crontab (because I don't want it to mail) and to uninstall exim4 (because I don't want an MTA on this box) There's also this to find out where your inodes have gone: $> du -s --inodes /*
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