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Warning: session_write_close(): write failed: No space left on device (28) - My PC can't access index.php, but other's can.

Hi there.

I'm trying to access a MySQL server instance via phpMyAdmin. This has been working fine for over a month now, but today, everytime I try access the index.php page for phpMyAdmin I get the following message:

Warning: session_write_close(): write failed: No space left on device (28) in D:\webs\wyn2.com\html\phpmyadmin\index.php on line 44

Warning: session_write_close(): Failed to write session data (files). Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (D:\PHP\sessiondata) in D:\webs\wyn2.com\html\phpmyadmin\index.php on line 44

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at D:\webs\wyn2.com\html\phpmyadmin\index.php:44) in D:\webs\wyn2.com\html\phpmyadmin\index.php on line 101

So it looks to me like our hosting server is running out of space? I've read a lot about the /tmp folder being the culprit. I have emailed our hosting company to ask them if the server is running out space.

But what is totally baffling me is the fact that if I try to access the EXACT same URL to the phpMyAdmin page on another laptop and PC, they both work fine?!?!?!? Up comes the phpMyAdmin acreen no problem, but when I try the URL on my PC, I get the above Warning message.

How can that be possible?

Help!!!!
Jas.

UPDATE

Now the other computers that could access the site now experience the same warning message. I'm happy to see that, because at least it point more to the hosting server rather then something on my PC.

I would still be interested in anyone's experiences with this type of issue though.
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Jason Evans
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TeRReFCommented:
One of your partitions is full. Try to delete some unused stuff or programs from your partition and try again...
What drive letters do you have?
Just C:
or
C: and D: for your CDROM?

If that is the case, it's the C: drive for sure...
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TeRReFCommented:
Sorry, I just saw that you use D: as HD partition as well...
Open the file explorer and right click on every driveletter you have... Then click properties and see which of the partitions is full. Remove obsolete stuff from there..
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Jason EvansSenior Software DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Hi there.

Well, the hosting company got back to me and all is working fine now. Apparantly they gave me write permissions to the phpMyAdmin folder on our site. A bit weird since I thought I already had write permissions on that folder, else phpMyAdmin would never have worked!!

I think someone was doing maintenance work on the server, or something, which may have screwed some settings for me. Oh well, I'm just happy that it's all working again.

Thanks for your suggestions.
Jas.
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ee_ai_constructCommented:
PAQ / Refund
ee ai construct, community support moderator
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