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There's no bug. You're just assuming that Finder will show you all files by default. It will not. If you want the truth, you can use the command line (a.k.a. Terminal) [SaxDaddy's Mac ~]$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity iused ifree %iused Mounted on /dev/disk1 233Gi 204Gi 28Gi 88% 53608098 7370716 88% / The ...
I had this issue and part of the solution was to change the save data location of Windows Search (Indexing) to a folder I created on the D Drive. You can do this by using Remote Desktop connection.
There are two similar problems that can happen when building programs on Solaris with Studio compilers. 1) /tmp space runs out The symptom above shows that this was happening for you. Since the /tmp directory is allocated out of virtual memory (memory-based file system) the answer is to add swap space, as shown above. 2) malloc returns a failure code If ...
According to the error message, your system is lacking virtual memory. This can happen even while having enough disk space and enough RAM. I would start by creating a second zvol, say a 8 GB one, and add it as a swap device. e.g.: zfs create -V 8gb rpool/swap1 swap -a /dev/zvol/dsk/rpool/swap1 echo "/dev/zvol/dsk/rpool/swap1 - - swap - no -" >> /etc/...
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