Re: [vserver] Memory limit problem (solved)

From: Petar Hitij <>
Date: Fri 23 May 2008 - 21:47:48 BST
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Hello Sam,

The 16MB fstab entry is allocated in RAM, increasing it to 300MB is
not a very good idea.

It would be better to comment out the /tmp line in


On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 5:19 AM, Sam Przyswa <> wrote:
> Le vendredi 23 mai 2008 à 03:37 +0200, Sam Przyswa a écrit :
>> Hi Vserver Users,
>> I have a strange problem, I installed the same filesystem's machine
>> (clone) on 2 vservers' machines (same vserver kernel) one on the same
>> file system /var/lib/vserver/ and one other on a LVM logical volume
>> mounted on /var/lib/vserver/ and create the two vservers with the same
>> command.
>> The two vservers work fine but on my machine with LVM it seems to be a
>> memory problem when I try to extract a big tar.gz file (80Mb) I have 3Gb
>> memory on this machine and the filesystem (LVM) is 33% free, I got an
>> error message "gzip: stdout: No space left on device" I don't have this
>> problem on the other machine with 1Gb memory !?
> In fact the tar.gz was in /tmp directory and this directory was mounted
> with only 16Mb in the fstab, I rise the size to 300Mb in fstab and then
> everything work fine now.
> Perhaps this help somebody...
> Sam.
Received on Fri May 23 21:48:08 2008

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