Vmware ramdisk root is full

I have a EXSCI 5.1 host that is giving me the following error
"The file table of the ramdisk 'root' is full.  As a result, the file /var/run/vmware/tickets/vmtck-5200d0a5-4987-9e
could not be created by the application 'hostd-worker'"


This is are the values I got from my ramdisk

Ramdisk                   Size      Used Available Use% Mounted on
root                       32M       18M       13M  56% --
etc                        28M      300K       27M   1% --
tmp                       192M        8K      191M   0% --
hostdstats                639M       10M      628M   1% --
snmptraps                   1M        0B        1M   0% --
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compdigit44Commented:
Is it installed on a local disk / LUN, SD card or USB? Any changes recently? Do you use vcenter to manage your host?
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