Early this AM at 0100, 0200 and again at 0300, my system emailed me storage alerts advising that sda2 was 67, 86 and then 96 percent full. Filled pretty quickly! When I logged in via the web GUI, I had a whoops that stated
file_put_contents(): Only 0 of 189 bytes written, possibly out of free disk space
I forced an fsck and and no help.
Logging into the CLI, I see a lot of errors in . file_put_contents/var/www/html/admin/libraries/utility.functions.php151
I am pretty certain the drive failed. It still boots but I am not really certain where or how to check and see what actually occurred. FULL log just dies at 0326 hours.
Just asking for confirmation that my drive crashed and any hints to double check or see what file may have filled up. Would love to try and get one more real recent backup… Glad I have a fairly recent backup, however.
Ya know, one of these days I will remember the tail commands as I did get tired of waiting. I deleted that gigabyte messages file, touched it, gave it the proper permissions, did another fsck and I am back up and running.
If your drive failed, you’d likely be unable to boot the OS.
What’s your output on the CLI with this command? It seems more like something overflowed and killed your disk space, like a log file or a voicemail if you don’t have time limits set and the call didn’t properly disconnect or something.
From what the logs suggest you have flakey hardware, a workaround might be to add
To your kernel arguments in your grub configuration
Be careful with log files, best to " logrotate -f /etc/logrotate.conf " them out if you can (you might need to make some space first to allow the creation of new files) , THEN examine/delete them for their intended diagnostic content, at a pinch just truncate the file
@Overkill, disk usage is now fine after I deleted the 69 gig messages file. I have plenty of free space. Since I deleted, did an fsck, all seems “normal”. The messages file has not grown other than 50kb after each reboot.
@dicko, I will check my grub conf and will force a logrotate and have a “look see”.
New power supply and motherboard, I’m guessing, unless you have something connected to one of your comm ports. Disabling ACPI may help, but it’s only a matter of time before what broke breaks something else.
Something took a hard dump in your machine and I don’t predict good things for this mobo. You might also want to look at the power supply, just to make sure it wasn’t a transient voltage spike that just freaked the system out.
@cynjut, Dave… I will watch it very closely… A bit of history might make some sense here. I was gone for a week and we had a major power failure. UPS died and of course all my stuff dies suddenly. I get home, fire up the UPSes, they say all charged and I thought I replaced the batteries in the one powering my FreePBX “not that long ago”. I push test… bee…blrtt, dead. Replace batteries and go live again. This the beginning of July. No checking of the disk was done at that time.
I forced a log rotate and everything in the logs, all logs I can dig up seem fine. I am however seeing in freepbx.log the following at the time of failure at 0305 in the AM.
[2016-Jul-22 03:05:04] [WARNING] (libraries/modulefunctions.legacy.php:7) - Depreciated Function module_getinfo detected in /var/www/html/admin/modules/cxpanel/functions.inc.php on line 52
[2016-Jul-22 03:05:04] [WARNING] (libraries/modulefunctions.legacy.php:7) - Depreciated Function module_getinfo detected in /var/www/html/admin/modules/cxpanel/functions.inc.php on line 61
[2016-Jul-22 03:05:11] [INFO] (bin/module_admin:443) - no repos specified, using: [standard,commercial] from last GUI settings
[2016-Jul-22 03:05:11] [INFO] (bin/module_admin:444) -
[2016-Jul-22 03:05:12] [WARNING] (core/functions.inc.php:6609) - Depreciated Function core_users_[2016-Jul-22 12:33:19] [CRITICAL] (admin/bootstrap.php:258) - Connection attmempt to AMI failed
I bunch of lines above say the same thing;
and several aftyer I got up and running stating:
[CRITICAL] (admin/bootstrap.php:258) - Connection attmempt to AMI failed
(Attempt is misspelled in the log).
Captain, I’m giving her all I can!
Thanks you guys! Any other thoughts are appreciated as I actually like this stuff!