Can't write and can't see available disk space.

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Duamerthrax
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Can't write and can't see available disk space.

Postby Duamerthrax » Tue Aug 18, 2020 3:49 am

Armbian
Deluge installed via DockSTARTer.
All up to date.

So I installed Deluge via DockSTARTer because I was recommend using Docker for this project. I'm not sure if this is a docker related problem though.

It looks like a permissions problem, but when I ran

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sudo chmod -R ugo+rxw /path/to/directory
on the directory, I don't see any difference. The files download a few megabytes before stopping and I get an error for "Free Disk Space".

EDIT: Someone replied and deleted their reply while I was at work and couldn't respond. I should have have put the sample directory in the reply, but didn't.
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Re: Can't write and can't see available disk space.

Postby shamael » Wed Aug 19, 2020 12:09 pm

Hi,

What's the defined location for download? Are you able to create folder and file with the Deluge's user?
If launched by command line --> test with this user
if launched with services (systemctl or other --> test it by ssh with "sudo -u $user" and the action

It sounds well a rights issue at a first glance. You can change the download location for a test too.

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Re: Can't write and can't see available disk space.

Postby Duamerthrax » Thu Aug 20, 2020 2:52 am

Hello,

So I logged in as the Deluge user, navigated to the designated torrent directories and was able to make a new directory and test text file. What I noticed was the old directories were highlighted in green while the new items were not. Green highlight means executable or recognized data file, right? This drive and these directories were from a previous attempt.

The defined location is /media/Nimbus/Rain/Deluge and in there is Incomplete, Complete, Torrents, and Watch.

I just changed the download location to the home directory of the user I thought was associated with Deluge and got the same error. I installed Deluge with Portainer this time and I'm still learning how Portainer and Docker works.

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Re: Can't write and can't see available disk space.

Postby Duamerthrax » Fri Aug 21, 2020 12:26 pm

I'm going to start over. None of the normal solutions are working and I think it means I messed up with Docker somewhere.


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