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makkintosh 05-07-2006 01:01 AM

Azureus problem. Disk write error
Hello to everybody!
during last month i am experiencing problems with downloading files with Azureus.
It gives me error on some torrents : disk write error - input/output error,write fails , flush fails

sometimes restarting current helps, sometimes not. what is wrong?
perhaps something with HDD?:Pengy:
thank u

stop_banning_me 05-07-2006 01:28 AM

it shouldnt be an HDD problem unless you get similar errors with other apps.
my guess is wrong permissions can cause such error. it would be kind of odd, since as you said restart helps... anymore details?

makkintosh 05-07-2006 02:38 AM

restart helps.few percents downloaded and again this happens.
i dont think it can be persmissions-problem because i use only one account at my computer. (even hardly remember when i last logged in as root :-) )

cymbaline 05-07-2006 10:56 PM

If I remember correctly, that's the error messgae I was getting a while back. My problem turned out to be that I was trying to write a file larger than 4GB to a FAT32-formatted drive.

makkintosh 05-09-2006 07:30 AM

this happens even when i was copying files to external hard drive... konqueror (even Midnight) alerts an the same files.
when i restarted the torrent from beginning it downloaded without errors.... i'll check this HDD :-) because it is new (about month or two since i bought it) so i have warranty still :-)

oraclespeaks 06-13-2007 10:13 AM

Hi cymbaline...I realised I am facing the same problem. Basically I am unzipping a file. Most of the contents are less than 2 Mb. However one files is of around 28 mb. So while unzipping when it comes to this file I get a disk full error.

Did you manage to fix this problem ?
Any ideas or suggestion welcome.

makkintosh 06-14-2007 03:50 AM

well, tell me plz does it happen only with this file? what FS do u have?
gimme some more info about that.
perhaps ur /tmp is too small?

WSmart 10-05-2009 04:50 PM

Disk full?
I think I had this with a disk that didn't have enough space.

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