Question2Replies1131Views×Close popoverRanjithkumar Chinnaswamy (RanjithkumarC) AIG AIG US View Profile RanjithkumarC Member since 2013 19 posts AIG Posted: March 31, 2016Last activity: April 5, 2016Posted: 31 Mar 2016 11:17 EDTLast activity: 5 Apr 2016 13:28 EDT Closed Solved Filesystem serialization failed for requestor java.io.IOException: No space left on deviceHI We see the below error in logs and DEV portal doesnt load. what is the cause ? there is space in server .We run 62 sp2 on WAS 7 and OS Solaris.2016-03-3108:21:24,432 [ WebContainer : 4][ STANDARD] [ MLRCORE:01.01.02] (ler.FilesystemCompilationSaver)ERROR ftwdsdbg2g31.r1-core.r1.aig.net|10.91.214.129 9110282 - Problem saving Java sourcefile to filesystemjava.io.IOException: No space left ondevice 2016-03-3109:23:50,752 [mlr_prweb,maxpri=10]] [ STANDARD] [ ]( mgmt.base.FilesystemStorage) ERROR - Filesystem serialization failed forrequestor: H92D64B045DD7F4F73E708D703FA354A0, thread: STANDARD, page:LossReportListjava.io.IOException: No space left ondevice 2016-03-3109:25:45,094 [mlr_prweb,maxpri=10]] [ STANDARD] [ ]( internal.async.Agent) INFO - System date: Thu Mar 31 09:25:45 CDT 2016Total memory: 1,503,068,160 Free memory: 650,313,168 Requestor Count: 13 SharedPages memory usage: 0%2016-03-3109:28:51,420 [mlr_prweb,maxpri=10]] [ STANDARD] [ ]( mgmt.base.FilesystemStorage)ERROR - Errorrestoring data for requestor: H17035D295C257633AC6D80172EE1CBF1, thread:STANDARDjava.io.EOFException 016-03-3109:39:51,661 [mlr_prweb,maxpri=10]] [ STANDARD] [ ]( mgmt.base.FilesystemStorage) ERROR - Filesystem serialization failed for requestor:H92D64B045DD7F4F73E708D703FA354A0, thread: STANDARD, page: MyOpenItemsjava.io.IOException: No space left ondevice atjava.io.FileOutputStream.writeBytes(Native Method) atjava.io.FileOutputStream.write(FileOutputStream.java:282) atcom.pega.pegarules.pub.util.PROutputStream.write(PROutputStream.java:135) atjava.io.ObjectOutputStream$BlockDataOutputSt System Administration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 31 Mar 2016 11:40 EDT×Close popoverOleg Shepelev (OlegShepelev) LANIT-BPM LANIT-BPM RU View ProfileOlegShepelev LANIT-BPM replied to RanjithkumarCHi Ranjith,are you sure that there is enough space. There could be a small sectors on a server (/tmp for example) which are full. Could you please show "df -f" command output from you server? Accepted Solution Posted: 4 years agoPosted: 5 Apr 2016 13:28 EDT×Close popoverRanjithkumar Chinnaswamy (RanjithkumarC) AIG AIG US View ProfileRanjithkumarC AIG replied to OlegShepelevLog folder had no space.We had to delete log files and restart the server.Issue resolved.