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    Default Subject: Service /dev/disk2s2 error in admin account

    Hi all,

    Have an admin@server.domain.com account that every 10 minutes gets an email that says:

    Subject: Service /dev/disk2s2 started on server.intranet.domain.com

    Body: Jun 27 09:40:02 server zimbramon[26730]: 26730:crit: Disk warning: server.intranet.domain.com /dev/disk2s2 at 92%\n

    The [26370]: 26730 number is different each email.

    Happens every 10 minutes but interestingly enough has stopped over the last two days without any changes being made. Has only started since upgrade from 5.02 to 5.06

    Anyone got step by step instructions on fixing this ? Im on version 5.06 on OSX (Tiger) and looking at the actual server shows that there is plenty of hdd space
    Last edited by nufan; 06-30-2008 at 08:41 AM.

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    Can you do a df -h and a mount and post the output from both? Also, what version of Zimbra are you running?

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    thanks for the reply. See below for the result of "df -h"

    what do you mean by "and a mount?"

    As I said im running Zimbra 5.06 Network Edition

    Thanks for any further assistance

    Code:
    xsrv1:/Users/systemsadministrator zimbra$ df -h
    Filesystem                Size   Used  Avail Capacity  Mounted on
    /dev/disk0s2              1.3T   181G   1.2T    13%    /
    devfs                      96K    96K     0B   100%    /dev
    fdesc                     1.0K   1.0K     0B   100%    /dev
                       512K   512K     0B   100%    /.vol
    automount -fstab [269]      0B     0B     0B   100%    /automount/Servers
    automount -static [269]     0B     0B     0B   100%    /automount/static
    /dev/disk1s3              1.4T   176G   1.2T    13%    /Volumes/Backup

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    'mount' is also a Linux command. Running it without any arguments will display all filesystems mounted on your box.

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