> /tmp/crontab.O9S9JR: No space left on device
What is df telling you? Maybe there is no space?
> I'm trying to edit the crontab on the work server and I keep getting the
> following error:
>> /tmp/crontab.O9S9JR: No space left on device
> Creation of temporary crontab file failed - aborting
>> Can anybody help me out?
>> -----Original Message-----
> From: ilug-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-bounces at linux.ie] On Behalf Of
> Niall O Broin
> Sent: 14 December 2006 11:27
> To: Irish Linux Users Group
> Subject: Re: [ILUG] hosting - yet again !
>> On 14 Dec 2006, at 10:21, Ian Moroney wrote:
>>>>I'm very surprised that they are quoting you in Kw... Normally data
>>centers complain about the amp rating of your equipment, and they
>>accordingly. If you can keep the amps low for the equipment, then it
>>should be fine. Ask them how many amps you are using compared to how
>>much they allow.
>>> Que? I'm not sure what the average power factor of typical data
> centre equipment is, but that's not relevant anyway - the bottom line
> is that there is a direct relationship between current usage (amps)
> and power usage (kW) and it hardly matters what they complain about.
> If you're using too many amps, you're using too many kW also, or vice
>> The problem this person seems to have is that the data centre he's
> using is rated for a very low power density (less than 40W / rack
> unit, which is really low).
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