NtFrs Error 13570: low disk space (250gb free)


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James H

I am receiving an error 13570 from the File replication service complaining
that there is low disk space on the volume where I am replicating files.
However, there is actually over 250GB free on this disk. The server is
running a fault tolerant DFS with an identical hardware setup at the other
site.



We have roughly 40GB of data currently sitting on drive E: which is part of
the replica set, with 250GB free on this drive. Drive D: is a 30GB SCSI
drive used solely for staging. I am running Windows server 2003 standard
with all of the latest updates installed via SUS (and just double checked in
windows update too.) The servers are dual 2.4ghz XEONS with 1gb of RAM (dell
poweredge 1750) with drive E: being a SAN fibre array. The other site has an
identical setup and does not experience this event log error. I've done a
"Dir /a" on the e: drive, and it also reports a good 250GB of available
space. Any ideas please Joe or others?



Version info: NTFRS.EXE - 5.2.3790.0

NTFRSAPI.DLL - 5.2.3790.0



Event Type: Error
Event Source: NtFrs
Event Category: None
Event ID: 13570
Date: 22/03/2004
Time: 4:42:15 PM
User: N/A
Computer: FS-STU-NHM
Description:
The File Replication Service has detected that the volume hosting the path
E: is low on disk space. Files may not replicate until disk space is made
available on this volume.

The available space on the volume can be found by typing "dir /a E:".

For more information about managing space on a volume type "copy /?",
"rename /?", "del /?", "rmdir /?", and "dir /?".

For more information, see Help and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
 
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R

ruudkru

James said:
*I am receiving an error 13570 from the File replication service
complaining
that there is low disk space on the volume where I am replicating
files.
However, there is actually over 250GB free on this disk. The server
is
running a fault tolerant DFS with an identical hardware setup at the
other
site.



We have roughly 40GB of data currently sitting on drive E: which is
part of
the replica set, with 250GB free on this drive. Drive D: is a 30GB
SCSI
drive used solely for staging. I am running Windows server 2003
standard
with all of the latest updates installed via SUS (and just double
checked in
windows update too.) The servers are dual 2.4ghz XEONS with 1gb of
RAM (dell
poweredge 1750) with drive E: being a SAN fibre array. The other site
has an
identical setup and does not experience this event log error. I've
done a
"Dir /a" on the e: drive, and it also reports a good 250GB of
available
space. Any ideas please Joe or others?



Version info: NTFRS.EXE - 5.2.3790.0

NTFRSAPI.DLL - 5.2.3790.0



Event Type: Error
Event Source: NtFrs
Event Category: None
Event ID: 13570
Date: 22/03/2004
Time: 4:42:15 PM
User: N/A
Computer: FS-STU-NHM
Description:
The File Replication Service has detected that the volume hosting the
path
E: is low on disk space. Files may not replicate until disk space is
made
available on this volume.

The available space on the volume can be found by typing "dir /a
E:".

For more information about managing space on a volume type "copy
/?",
"rename /?", "del /?", "rmdir /?", and "dir /?".

For more information, see Help and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp. *
Is this a once a day event? Do you use quota software?
We have the same event overhere....
 
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three ways to reallocate server space to solve the low disk space

Windows created the low disk space warning to alert computer users when their hard drive is running low on available disk space. Then you will see on a fairly regular basis as your hard drive fills up is the Low Disk Space warning: "You are running out of disk space on Local Disk [drive]. To free space on this drive by deleting old or unnecessary files, click here."


Here are three ways to solve this low disk space problem: http://www.partition-tool.com/resource/low-disk-space.htm
 
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