Posts by ajaja

    Post the output of

    omv-showkey mntent

    Post the output of

    blkid

    Post the output of


    lsblk

    128GB SSD via internal USB

    What kind of media is omv installed on?

    Model: USB3.0 high speed (scsi)

    Disk /dev/sdo: 128GB

    Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B

    Partition Table: gpt

    Disk Flags: 

    Number  Start   End    Size    File system     Name  Flags

     1      1049kB  538MB  537MB   fat32                 boot, esp

     2      538MB   127GB  126GB   ext4

     3      127GB   128GB  1024MB  linux-swap(v1)        swap

    root@omv:~# /etc# lsof -u openmediavault | wc -l

    -bash: /etc#: No such file or directory

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    root@omv:~# /etc# lsof -u www-data | wc -l

    -bash: /etc#: No such file or directory

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    root@omv:~# /etc# lsof -u root | wc -l

    -bash: /etc#: No such file or directory

    0

    root@omv:~# /etc# lsof +D /srv/docker-apps | wc -l

    -bash: /etc#: No such file or directory

    0

    root@omv:~# /etc# lsof +D /srv/docker-root | wc -l

    -bash: /etc#: No such file or directory

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    ryecoaaron any chance there is a simple way out of this loop?

    ryecoaaron

    ryecoaaron

    ryecoaaron

    ryecoaaron

    Too many open files means, some programs hold many file handles (sockets are files in unix).

    Either find out who is eating up your file handles or

    increase the limits or

    try if a reboot fixes that.

    Does not go away with reboot. Other than basic file services via SMB/CIFS, I run a number of Docker containers; unfortunately this error continues when I shut down all my containers.

    How might I deduce what is eating my file handlers, and/or how do I increase the limits?