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ESXi 5.1: ramdisk is full

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Hi There,

I have a eventlog in the vpshere client of ESXi5.1:
ramdisk is full, Le ramdisk "root" est plein.Impossible to write on  
/var/run/sfcb/209a5e59-3a35-45bd-9c8b-3b5cff-681c40.
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26/06/2013 07:15:56
esx51.lip.lan

When I want to open a console, it is not possible because of internal error.

Please help me

Regards,

Simlip
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Thank for you help
Do you know If I restart management agents, is there one impact on virtual server in production ?
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Restarting the management agents doesn't impact your running VM's, if that is what you're asking... So your VM's will just keep running, no problem.
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