Just an idea that you might want to look into.
Are there processes that have not been terminated that are still running
that might be consuming resources (maximum open files, maximum processes
running, that kind of thing).
I teach C programming and we get the students to compile and run their
programs on the server and from time to time our students have those sorts
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On 23 October 2015 at 13:02, Piers Rowan <piers.rowan(a)recruitonline.com.au>
I have been using sshfs for years on a server without incident.
Now when I connect I can't write to / save the PHP files I am editing.
The server shows the following error:
sftp-server: error: process_write: write failed
I have checked the disk for space (there is plenty and I have even deleted
files). The permissions have not changed and I have tested and reset them
on various directories.
Geany: Error saving file.
Nautilus: Error creating directory: Operation not permitted
Any ideas how to debug? I think it is specific to this server.
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