When I login to root (via su -), I'm getting the following error:
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/tmp/Rsoph96A: No space left on device
I am also getting other errors relating to the /tmp directory:
1. Uploading files via html/php fail because of this problem.
2. MySQL errors (I think 28) indicating a problem with the disk being full.
The think is that the partitions are not full. Here is the output from # df -h:
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/simfs 40G 11G 30G 26% /
tmpfs 3.9G 4.0M 3.9G 1% /tmp
As you can see, there is A LOT of available room.
I thought I had this fixed last week. I deleted everything in the /tmp directory and created two directories:
/tmp/sessions (chmod 777)
/tmp/uploads (chmod 777)
Then I edited the php.ini file and made sure to set these directories for save.session_path and upload_tmp_dir
It seemed to work but after a few days I'm in the same mess.
A little while ago my host for my VPS decided to run updates on all the VPS' and lock down the /tmp directories. However, in this process they messed up a LOT of programs that I had running. I spend 2 or three days completely offline, then I was finally able to get PHP re-compiled again, but was unable to get eAccelerator working correctly (I think it isn't compatible with PHP 5.2.9).
Anyway... I have no clue what they did to the /tmp directory, and I have no clue how to debug or fix this problem.
Can anyone help me with this please?