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Old 18th May 2010, 22:04
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i getting this warning from ispconfig and i am not sure how to fix it. below is what i have for os and ispsonfig and the warning message info i am getting

how can i fix this


Operating system Ubuntu Linux 9.10
ispconfig 3.0.1.6

Code:
Filesystem  	Type  	Size  	Used  	Available  	Use%  	Mounted on
/dev/sda6	ext3	229G	9.2G	208G	5%	/
udev	tmpfs	1.5G	244K	1.5G	1%	/dev
none	tmpfs	1.5G	0	1.5G	0%	/dev/shm
none	tmpfs	1.5G	104K	1.5G	1%	/var/run
none	tmpfs	1.5G	0	1.5G	0%	/var/lock
none	tmpfs	1.5G	0	1.5G	0%	/lib/init/rw
/dev/sda1	ext3	92M	73M	15M	84%	/boot
and this is the info from webmin i am lost as to wat to so

Code:
1 	Linux 		94.13 MB 	1 	12 	/boot
2 	Extended 		232.79 GB 	13 	30401 	
5 	Linux swap 		957 MB 	13 	134 	Virtual memory
6 	Linux 		231.86 GB 	135 	30401 	/

ooo and i used the perfect setup for ubuntu with ispconfig3 so i followed tht setup 100% with no changes

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Old 19th May 2010, 15:33
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anyone have an idea?


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Is the warning related to /boot? Then it should not be a big problem because normally no files get written to /boot (except if there's a kernel update, then it could be a problem, depending on the size of the new kernel).
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Old 19th May 2010, 21:23
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yes it is in the boot

/dev/sda1 ext3 92M 73M 15M 84% /boot

but i used the install from http://www.howtoforge.org/perfect-se...10-ispconfig-3

and not i dont know if i am screwed or not i have 13 sites running and can not afford to reload the server\\\\



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As long as there's no kernel update, everything's fine. And 15MB should be enough for a new kernel.
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Old 20th May 2010, 17:55
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ok sounds good.so i will guess there is no way to make the boot area bigger ooo well thanks



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You could try GParted: http://www.howtoforge.com/partitioning_with_gparted
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Also if you have old kernels that you don't use anymore in /boot you could delete them.
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sorry for the delay but thanks for the info i will have to give GParted a try. then i can take the updates for the kernel



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