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How we can add space in a mount point if it is full?
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by:Seth Simmons
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extremely vague question
depends on the hardware
if you have the ability to add disk space either physically or virtually then you can extend the file system
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You could do:

1- clean your file system by removing unwanted files or folders
2- move some file / folders to other file systems
3- add more disk space to current file system
4- add / create new file system and move some files / folders to the new  file system
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All these suggestions were extremely good.

Thank you.
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