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inode limit hit

Thread began 5/14/2013 12:20 pm by Jamie | Last modified 10/10/2013 1:01 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1702 views | 27 replies |

Jamie

inode limit hit

Hi Jason

I am having problems with a website which, my hosting provider tells me, has hit the inode limit of 250,000. Thew text file of the inode list is in itself 50mb in size otherwise I would have attached it here.

I am not really sure where this is going wrong, but I have a feeling it may be me 'mis using' resizer but I have no idea how to troubleshoot this or where I should start...

Thanks in advance

Jamie

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Originally Said By: Jamie
  Hi Jason

I am having problems with a website which, my hosting provider tells me, has hit the inode limit of 250,000. Thew text file of the inode list is in itself 50mb in size otherwise I would have attached it here.

I am not really sure where this is going wrong, but I have a feeling it may be me 'mis using' resizer but I have no idea how to troubleshoot this or where I should start...

Thanks in advance

Jamie  
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Jamie

It's 50 mb - shall I upload it to Dropbox and share the link with you?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

sure, could do it that way.

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Jamie

right, when I zipped it up it compressed down to 1mb! So have attached here

Thanks Jason

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This seams to be a problem with the folder structure created by image resizer.


I have forwarded this to Ray, and he is going to look into rethinking the image resizer folder structure for the future. For now, you can delete the gallery/images/general-pages/cache folder to have the cache images recreated, this will remove any unnecessary cached images to remove the problem for now.

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Jamie

Ok thanks Jason

Is there anything that you can suggest in terms of the image_cache folder in the root as this is constantly being recreated with folders that seem to be unnecessary (eg the folder 'drivers.php') when its been deleted

Cheers

Jamie

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Not for now, that will be something that Ray fixes when the folder structure is updated.

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Jamie

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Jamie

Hey Jason

Just wondering if this issue had had any movement towards a resolution yet?

Cheers

Jamie

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