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    Exclamation NexcentaStor Help?

    Hi Guys

    I've just had to reboot one of my old SAN units as it needed moving - it now will no longer load as it comes up with an error - no space on disk - i'm assuming that there was an error that has filled up the hard disk with error messages - (time difference) error message.

    Any ideas how i can use the root access to delete the offending log file and get it back up and running?

    Extremely frustrating as i'm getting ready to decomission them as the primary san and reuse it as backup server - i only need to extract my file server VM from it...

    Thanks

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    Ok - so basically the front screen - tells me that it cant login because the drive is full - i'm assuming that deleting the /var/log/nms.log may help - how do you see the file attributes from the comand line?

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