I recently tried to move a file from one share to another by using the mv command line as root in a terminal window, but was met with "No space left on device message" and the file wasn't moved. On my Mac, when I drag the same file from a share to another, the following message pop up: "The operation can’t be completed because the disk “Media” is full"
OMV System Information>Performance Statistics>Disk Usage reports that I have 928 GB left on the share, the file I am trying to move is less than 1 GB.
I have tried to delete a few files from the share to free even more space, but that space doesn't become available for some reason. All the other files on the share, mostly movies and music, are totally readable. The second share that I have works normally, I can move files to it with no problem.
I googled the issue but don't seem to get anywhere. Has anyone ever experienced anything similar? I don't know how to fix this.
The only changes that I made to OMV recently were to upgrade packages pushed though updates and create a few new Docker containers.
A few info on my system:
The destination share is made of 2 drives of 2 and 4 TB respectively, both drives are pooled using Union Filesystems (create policy: Existing path, most free space, Minimum free space 550G, options: defaults,allow_other,direct_io,use_ino)
The shares are SMB/CIFS and I haven't changed their settings for a long while.
Thank you in advance for any suggestion you may have to help me solve this!