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VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 24. Jan 2016, 12:59
by Azatot
Hi, I can't use Uuntu 14 in my Windows Host.
I copied some files and the size of the space was full.
I've resized from 10 to 20 GB, but the problem goes on.
When I try to loging always puts the same error VERR_DISK_FULL, and I have a lot of disk

Any solution?

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 24. Jan 2016, 14:14
by mpack
Please post a VM log file. With the VM fully shut down, right click it in GUI. Select "Show Log" and save "VBox.log" (ONLY) to a zip file. Attach the zip here.

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 24. Jan 2016, 14:38
by Azatot
Here is my log.
Thanks in advance!

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 24. Jan 2016, 17:18
by Azatot
How can I delete some file to use the VM?

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 24. Jan 2016, 17:49
by mpack
You should eject the Guest Additions ISO from the VM.

I think you also have the Ubuntu Repo version of the VirtualBox Guest Additions installed (00:00:22.634148 VMMDev: Guest Log: 00:00:00.017434 main 4.3.34_Ubuntu r104062 started). You need to get rid of these, since there is bound to be a conflict with the official GAs, which you also installed.

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 24. Jan 2016, 18:06
by Perryg
I've resized from 10 to 20 GB, but the problem goes on.

Did you also extend the partition to use the new space?
https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic ... 24&t=50661

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 25. Jan 2016, 09:57
by Azatot
Ok, I'm trying to extend the partition (I had not done the step 2). I've downloaded the gparted and mounted instead guest additions, but when I select the keymap it doesn't start.
(Attach a capture and the logs)

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 25. Jan 2016, 12:15
by Azatot
Well, I have used another gparted iso, but now there is another problem :oops:
I can't resize the partition with Linux OS :-(

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 25. Jan 2016, 15:11
by Perryg
You are using LVM as format and that requires that you know how to use LVM.
https://www.google.com/search?q=extend+ ... gws_rd=ssl

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 25. Jan 2016, 15:33
by Azatot
Perryg wrote:You are using LVM as format and that requires that you know how to use LVM.
https://www.google.com/search?q=extend+ ... gws_rd=ssl


But what tool I need to use to resize the partition?

Re: VERR_DISK_FULL

PostPosted: 25. Jan 2016, 15:35
by Perryg
Read some of the articles in the link I sent you.