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Re: Diagnosing "In procedure symlink: No space left on device"

From: Julien Lepiller
Subject: Re: Diagnosing "In procedure symlink: No space left on device"
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2020 13:06:40 -0500
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Le 10 février 2020 12:30:21 GMT-05:00, David Wilson <address@hidden> a écrit :
>Hello Guix!
>Recently on one of my machines I've not been able to update one of my
>profiles due to a "No space left on device" error (see snippet below). 
>My device is most definitely not out of space (/dev/dm-0 has 42gb
>λ df -h
>Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
>none            7.8G     0  7.8G   0% /dev
>/dev/dm-0       234G  180G   42G  82% /
>/dev/nvme0n1p2  495M   43M  453M   9% /boot/efi
>tmpfs           7.8G     0  7.8G   0% /dev/shm
>none            7.8G   28K  7.8G   1% /run/systemd
>none            7.8G     0  7.8G   0% /run/user
>cgroup          7.8G     0  7.8G   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
>tmpfs           1.6G  4.0K  1.6G   1% /run/user/1000
>Here's the backtrace from `guix package -m <my manifest file>`
> 8 (primitive-load "/gnu/store/mablf146gb6vb0m1lj9a9yr4cfj…")
>In guix/build/profiles.scm:
> 157:2 7 (build-profile "/gnu/store/mdzxrmx68qkpakhy1n5vk6lzvnq…" …)
>In unknown file:
> 6 (hash-for-each #<procedure 7ffff2e7cb80 at guix/build/…> …)
> 5 (hash-for-each #<procedure 7ffff2852e40 at guix/build/…> …)
> 4 (hash-for-each #<procedure 7ffff2852a40 at guix/build/…> …)
> 3 (hash-for-each #<procedure 7ffff2889e00 at guix/build/…> …)
> 2 (hash-for-each #<procedure 7ffff783e200 at guix/build/…> …)
> 1 (hash-for-each #<procedure 7ffff2e068c0 at guix/build/…> …)
> 0 (symlink "/gnu/store/z74railpdshvi28i1rfa97fp2d9rg79d-…" …)
>ERROR: In procedure symlink:
>In procedure symlink: No space left on device
>Is there some other reason that Guix might think that I'm out of space?
>Is there any other command I can run that might help illuminate why I'm
>getting this error?

It coull be you ran out of inode (but I doubt it) or that the tmpfs ran out of 
space, not your root fs. What were you trying to build? Something big I suppose?

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