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[SOLVED] NetPI storage FULL
#1
I have a NetPI unit where the storage space is 100% full and docker do not start.
I think the problem was caused by a log file that has grown too much so I need to clean this file.
The problem is that Docker button is gray and I cannot connet to portainer and clear the user data.

Is there a way to have access to NetIOT file system and clear the file file or the whole user space where it is stored?

thank's
Davide.
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#2
Hi Davide,

the issue is known. Please follow this thread: https://forum.hilscher.com/thread-246.html

Docker installation in an old version of netPI firmware saved all console outputs you normally see when you logged in via a terminal program on your sreen in a log file instead ... and this file grows and grows and grows until the SD card of netPI is full.

The solution I recommend is to update to the latest netPI software version 1.1.3.0. There is a limit of 1Mbyte set for this log file.

I am sorry to say that you will have no chance in your current netPI state to delete this log file otherwise. I hope you have svaed your running containers on a registry server from where you can reload them onto your netPI after the update

Thx
Armin
You never fail until you stop trying.“, Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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#3
(October-25th-2018, 03:24 PM)Armin@netPI Wrote: Hi Davide,

the issue is known. Please follow this thread: https://forum.hilscher.com/thread-246.html

Docker installation in an old version of netPI firmware saved all console outputs you normally see when you logged in via a terminal program on your sreen in a log file instead ... and this file grows and grows and grows until the SD card of netPI is full.

The solution I recommend is to update to the latest netPI software version 1.1.3.0. There is a limit of 1Mbyte set for this log file.

I am sorry to say that you will have no chance in your current netPI state to delete this log file otherwise. I hope you have svaed your running containers on a registry server from where you can reload them onto your netPI after the update

Thx
Armin

Hi Armin,
I updated the firmware to version 1.1.3.0 but I still have no access to docker management. But now the situation is different:
Before updating the storage space was 100% full and, looking at the startup log on an HDMI display, I saw a lot of services failing to start (including Docker)

Now, after update, the storage is 4% full and everithing is ok during boot but I don't see Docker or Portainer starting like it isn't in the boot script...
When I open the web interface the Docker icon is still in gray and I can't open it.
Any Idea on what's happening?

Thanks,
Davide.
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#4
Well. It seems you had a very old firmware before. With this version you need to activate Docker first. Go to Service Menu and activate Docker. The default behaviour was changed t to increase netPI's security
You never fail until you stop trying.“, Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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