Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Fixed: Error 0x80070718: Not enough quota is available to process this command

Recently, I had come across following error message when one of the users was trying to copy files to Network folder. His folder was setup with offline files option so that files are available to user when network connection to server is either poor or not available.

Error 0x80070718: Not enough quota is available to process this command

After doing it bit of a search, I found a following solution to above error message. This is caused by Offline files. I have followed these steps on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit PC.

  •          Open Control Panel
  •          Go to Sync centre
  •          Select Manage offline Files from left side column
  •          An Offline files box will appear, click on Disk Usage tab
  •          Click on Change limits button, change limit to required space.
  •          Click on OK button twice.
Hope you find it useful.

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Wednesday, 17 May 2017

RHEL 7: NDO2DB service is not running

I have Nagios Xi 4.3.2 installed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 (Mapio). Recently, I had an issue with my Nagios monitoring tool. It stopped monitoring my devices. When I checked further, I found out that NDO2DB service stopped working. Because of that, I could not see most recent status of any of the devices monitored by Nagios.

I logged on to Read hat box and tried below command to check the status of the service:

#systemctl status ndo2db

You can also use following command to check any service status

#Service ndo2db status

I tried following commands to start/restart ndo2db service.

#systemctl start ndo2db

OR

#systemctl restart ndo2db

After applying above commands, I ran following command again to check status but it failed to start

#systemctl status ndo2db

After doing bit of searching on this issue, I found the solution. I entered following commands to start NDO2DB service.

#service nagios stop
#service ndo2db stop
#rm -f /usr/local/nagios/var/ndo2db.lock /usr/local/nagios/var/ndo.sock
#service ndo2db start
#service nagios start

Once NDO2DB service started, Nagios started to monitor all the devices. I hope you find this article helpful.


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