Just noticed that my /TMP mount is full. I have been getting frequent errors that config files cannot be written.
Filesystem Size Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/ram0 32.9M 15.3M 17.6M 47% /
tmpfs 32.0M 32.0M 0 100% /tmp
/dev/sda4 356.5M 302.5M 53.9M 85% /mnt/ext
/dev/md9 509.5M 123.6M 385.9M 24% /mnt/HDA_ROOT
/dev/sda3 1.3T 1.2T 124.3G 91% /share/HDA_DATA
/dev/sdb3 1.3T 1.2T 116.9G 91% /share/HDB_DATA
tmpfs 8.0M 0 8.0M 0% /var/syslog_maildir
tmpfs 32.0M 0 32.0M 0% /.eaccelerator.tmp
The biggest file in the /tmp mount: qqdir-14862.list
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 33267712 Aug 15 18:06 qqdir-14862.list
-rw-rw-rw- 1 admin administ 65536 Aug 17 07:39 __log
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin administ 3065 Aug 14 11:04 error_thttpd.html
This list contains 310,000 entries like:
M/-rw-rw-rw- U/506 G/100 S/43337 B/88 T/5012DFAB:319D4C9E N/record12-07-27_19-35-56-76.jpg//
The files listed in this qqdir-14862.list file are a couple of the >1 million .jpg files that I'm trying to remove from a single folder
I will try a NAS restart later today when it's possible to see if the /tmp clears up.
Q: Is it safe to remove this "qqdir-14862.list" file? Why is that generated?
Q: What's the impact of the /tmp having no space?
UPDATE: After a NAS reset the /tmp mount is almost empty and the qqdir file is gone.. Not sure why