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Upgrade to 8.2.0: /var/lib/pse/dumps/tmp gets flooded

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Pie'oh'pah, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. Pie'oh'pah

    Pie'oh'pah Basic Pleskian

    Apr 5, 2007
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    Hi there,

    I went through a so called "successful upgrade" and I only did it, because I was under the false impression, that SWSoft would finally provide a solution to the backup failures. Because that's what was on the changelog.

    However, since I have done it yesterday my drive on /dev/md6 has grown to no-space-left (in numbers from 1.3Gig to 4.7Gig) in no time.

    I deleted the unwanted "fileNhgg5jbJ" files in/var/lib/psa/dumbs/tmp and everything went back to normal.

    Now, approx 2 hours later, that drive got spammed again. I have again deleted them. Now I am about to turn of all scheduled backup-jobs to have evidence, they are responsible.

    This is just FYI. You'd better check this on your machines, too.

    - Pie