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Not enought space...

Posted: 11 Jun 2009, 15:02
by antalves
I have UBUNTU installed . Through the SRCD I use the PARTIMAGE to copy it to an exclusive partition. The UBUNTU (sda5) is with 3.4G, the partition (sda6) has 8G, but while arriving near to 50 % copied, message comes informing being no sufficient space in the disc... I do not what to do now :oops:

Posted: 11 Jun 2009, 19:29
by admin
You can resize your partitions using GParted.

Not enought space...yet

Posted: 20 Jun 2009, 21:22
by antalves
I have UBUNTU 9.04 in a partition sda5 with 29,11G and want, with Partimage, to do an image in a partition sda6 with 23,44G. The size of the archives are of 3,19G, less than the space in sda6.
After the initial informations, the next window shows between other things, " bitmap size = 3,74M ".
When the copy began, the message is: " disk full, cannot write volume "
At most 512M are transfered :roll:

Posted: 30 Jul 2009, 21:09
by Ruler
Try df -i On some file systems, each file uses one or more i-nodes, which are different than the amount of space free. You could be out, in which case it wouldn't matter if you were trying to copy 1k onto a drive with 200 gig free. If you're out of i-nodes, the drive will say it's full.

If this isn't the case, try posting specifics on your system.