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antMan was unable to complete your request.


So I made a backup of my nextcloud antsle

by adding in a USB 1tb drive and mounting it in the antsle it self.. I did a simple cp -r /antlets/next/var/www/html/nextcloud/data /mnt/usb1

it was just the Data file I wanted, now I am getting when I login into the antsle

antMan was unable to complete your request.

This could have happened because of resources running out in your antsle. Please check your disk and/or RAM usage.

I was a little a shocked as I knew I was using around 68% of the drive.

I read someone post here Help! An Antlet Maxed out the Disk - Help! An Antlet Maxed out the Disk - Forum - Antsle: The #1 software for on-premise, private cloud servers

but nothing worked.. I have deleted all the _templates and old antlets that was still in the folders I have also deleted the nextcould server I made so I have no antlets but still getting this error

antlets 216G 10.1G 206G - - 32% 4% 1.00x ONLINE -

I was wondering if its anything to do with the RAM


I would really appreciate any help


Thank you




This usually means the root '/' partition is full.

Check the root '/' partition from the antsle's command line with
df -h /

check the 'Use%' column.

If the root '/' partition is full we can check for large files with
find / -xdev -type f -size +300M

Please let us know how it goes.

Thank you,
antsle Support