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"Oliver Pitzeier" <oliver@linux-kernel.at> wrote:
| We have a machine with five partitions mounted. One of those partitions
| is /usr. We can created files on /usr, but we cannot created
| directories. mkdir says, that there is no space left on device, but
| there actually IS space as you can see and files can be created, so why
| NO directories? Is it the kernel, is it the filesystem, is it the full
| moon high in the sky? :-) I have no clue, but maybe you have... Any
| help/idea is welcome!

You probably ran out of inodes. Check "df -i".

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