Suddenly no write access on my DB7025??

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My Satellite Setup
DB7025S
My Location
Denmark
#1
Hi' there,

I'm running Gemini 2 ver. 3.00 and had no problem until yesterday when I installed CIFS to use my PC as a remote HDD. Everything runs OK, and I've no problem recording to the HDD, but suddenly I seem to have lost all write access to the DB7025S. I can connect via Telnet and FTP, logging in as "root" (as I've always done), and I can read everything and even transfer files from the DB to my PC, but NOT the other way around.

Any ideas ?

:-) sogge
 

dig deep

Prince of Birthdays
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Dream7020 and AZ Elite and a few DM800
My Location
Sweden
#2
Did You check how much memory U have ?
 

billnot

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Famaval 3,1, IP9000HD plus other FTA and Linux boxes - Astra 1&2, Hotbird, Hispasat
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Benitachell, Alicante, Spain
#3
In the telnet session, run df to make sure your /dev/root filesystem isn't full (which is what I think dig_deep meant) and if that's OK, run mount to check nothing has suddenly started loading itself read-only.
 
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DB7025S
My Location
Denmark
#4
Thx for the replies! Nothing seemed to help, so I've now flashed the image and reinstalled the remote HDD. Now everything runs smoothly - thx again.

:-) Sogge
 
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DB7025S
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Denmark
#5
Hi' again,

The problem reoccurs now! The Gemini crashes when trying to stop/rebbot the system! I think this is the reason I can't write to the DB. My /dev/root is used 66%. Any ideas what to do?

I'd like to avoid having to flash the DB every time something goes wrong. Is it possible to make some kind of customised image to flash the DB with that will contain all my settings? Of course this image has to be saved when the system i stable - I realize that!

:-) Sogge
 
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