I think it's solved. I found the "dpm-updatespace" and lowered a bit
one of the space reservations which resulted automatically in usable
free space outside of any space token. Was easier than I thought...
On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 11:37 AM, Marcus Ebert <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Thanks Matt!
> That could be the case since all the files are indeed not in any space
> token and at the beginning of "dpm-qryconf" it says :
> CAPACITY 805.70T FREE 0 ( 0.0%)
> How can this be changed tom move space from any space token outside to
> have some non-space token space available again?
> On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Matt Doidge <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi Marcus,
>> My guess, from the "not in any space" from that one file you gave the drain
>> output for, is that all 40 of these files are not in any space token and
>> you've run out of "non-space token" space on your DPM.
>> How much space do you have in your pool when you run a "dpm-qryconf" on your
>> DPM headnode? (The space is free is listed in the first few lines of the
>> It might be that you need to do some space token juggling to complete this
>> Hope that helps,
>> On 08/02/16 10:14, Marcus Ebert wrote:
>>> I try to drain one of our server (6 file systems, 9TB each) using
>>> dpm-drain which went fine mostly.
>>> For some files I get the error:
>>> "...is recorded as being in the process of being deleted, ignoring it
>>> during drain"
>>> which I think is nothing to worry about since it is marked to be
>>> deleted already anyway.
>>> However for about 40 files which are all on the same file system on
>>> this server, I get the following (example with one of the files):
>>> 02/08 08:58:49 8241,0: File:
>>> 02/08 08:58:49 8241,0: pfn:
>>> (of 1)
>>> 02/08 08:58:49 8241,0: replica type: primary
>>> 02/08 08:58:49 8241,0: file type: permanent (does not expire)
>>> 02/08 08:58:49 8241,0: size: 20
>>> 02/08 08:58:49 8241,0: space: not in any space
>>> 02/08 08:58:49 8241,0: replicating...
>>> dpm_getstatus_putreq: Failed for all SURLs
>>> 02/08 08:58:50 8241,0: failed
>>> 02/08 08:58:50 8241,0: dpm_replicatex
>>> No space left on device
>>> On all the other servers we have here, there is still enough space
>>> left. Why does it say "No space left on device"?
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