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    Default no space left on device opensuse 13.2

    Hi to everybody from spain! This morning i woke up with the next problem:
    The GUI dont work, when i booted my pc it start on tty1 and showed the problem: no space left on device. Im beginner in opensuse and i dont know how to solve this, i have much fear because i believed in opensuse and all my important documents like CV, copy of my passport and programming files is in /home and i have some programs intalled that is very difficult rescue. So, can you help me please? I need continue programming and do my tasks. (I was search for any solution but i dont found how to solve this from comand line, just how to solve this problem from GUI)

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    Default Re: no space left on device opensuse 13.2

    On 2014-12-28 17:56, beginsuse wrote:
    >
    > Hi to everybody from spain! This morning i woke up with the next
    > problem:
    > The GUI dont work, when i booted my pc it start on tty1 and showed the
    > problem: no space left on device. Im beginner in opensuse and i dont
    > know how to solve this, i have much fear because i believed in opensuse
    > and all my important documents like CV, copy of my passport and
    > programming files is in /home and i have some programs intalled that is
    > very difficult rescue. So, can you help me please? I need continue
    > programming and do my tasks. (I was search for any solution but i dont
    > found how to solve this from comand line, just how to solve this problem
    > from GUI)


    Your files are not lost, only some of your partitions are full. We have
    to find out why, and then what to delete to make up for space.

    Please run in a terminal "df -h" and post the result here. Or make a
    photo, if you don't know how to do it from the CLI. Or copy it by
    hand... (ignore the tmpfs entries).

    Or interpret it yourself. There should be a line showing 100% use. Which
    one? We just need that line, or lines.

    --
    Cheers / Saludos,

    Carlos E. R.
    (from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" at Telcontar)

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    Default Re: no space left on device opensuse 13.2

    Thank you very very much!

    The output of df -h is


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    Default Re: no space left on device opensuse 13.2

    do you mean something like btrfs filesystem show?

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    Default Re: no space left on device opensuse 13.2

    the output of
    Code:
    btrfs filesystem show

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    Default Re: no space left on device opensuse 13.2

    If you are using btrfs, the volume in question might be out of metadata space.
    Code:
    btrfs filesystem df [filesystem root]
    can show you details.

    What can you do:

    - delete snapshots (with snapper)
    - re-balance:
    Code:
    btrfs balance start [filesystem root]
    If there is not enough free space to start balancing, try it with empty or half empty chunks:
    Code:
    btrfs balance start -musage=0 -dusage=0 [filesystem root] 
    btrfs balance start -musage=50 -dusage=50 [filesystem root]
    Hendrik

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    Default Re: no space left on device opensuse 13.2

    Quote Originally Posted by hendwolt View Post
    If you are using btrfs, the volume in question might be out of metadata space.
    Code:
    btrfs filesystem df [filesystem root]
    can show you details.

    What can you do:

    - delete snapshots (with snapper)
    - re-balance:
    Code:
    btrfs balance start [filesystem root]
    If there is not enough free space to start balancing, try it with empty or half empty chunks:
    Code:
    btrfs balance start -musage=0 -dusage=0 [filesystem root] 
    btrfs balance start -musage=50 -dusage=50 [filesystem root]
    Hendrik


    i did can not do anything, the system told me again -no space left on device-

    i dont how to remove snapshots, can you explain me how to do it?

    thank you very much.

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    Default Re: no space left on device opensuse 13.2

    The ouput of

    Code:
    snapper -c root list


    Can i delete all snapshots or i need keep any snapshot?

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    Default Re: no space left on device opensuse 13.2 [SOLVED]

    Firstly
    Code:
    btrfs filesystem show
    You have some /dev/sda* at full. Then

    Code:
    btrfs -c root list
    This part is very complex to explain, but you take the first number under # column (except #0...) and the penultimate number #, that correspond to type pos snapshot, because you are deleting a range snapshots ( from n-snapshot to n-snapshot ). Then enter this command

    Code:
    btrfs -c root delete first_number-penultimate_pos
    And automatically you will have enough space again.

    Thanks to everybody that was try help me. (and sorry for my bad English )

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