I'm trying to move all the files on my Western Digital "My Book World" from the "Public" share to a new "Files" share I created. When I tried moving them over the network, the system thought that they were on two different filesystems, and wanted to "copy and delete" instead of simply moving, which would take days.
I've searched for a solution and found out that I could ssh into my "My Book World", and create a new share to the folder "/shares". That way, I could move files from
/shares/Files as fast as possible.
I can access the new global share, but when I try to move the files (either via ssh or via the file explorer), I get a "not enough space on disk" error, which I do not understand.
Is there a problem in the configuration of my share ? I edited
/etc/samba/smb.conf, and added at the top :
[all] path = /shares comment = browseable = yes invalid users = valid users = admin read list = admin write list = admin map read only = no