I am running Ubuntu 11.04 and I ran a very RAM intensive program.
When I try to log in after reboot, I receive an error message:
The configuration defaults for Gnome Power Management have not been installed correctly
And I cannot log in, except as root.
When I log as root I get the message:
File system root has only 0 bytes disk space remaining. /dev/sda1 48256340 48015552 0 100% / none 12359144 716 12358428 1% /dev none 12366864 24 12366840 1% /dev/shm none 12366864 356 12366508 1% /var/run none 12366864 0 12366864 0% /var/lock /dev/sda6 890105868 215415664 629475384 26% /home
The culprit seems to be
/proc/kcore with a size of 128Tb (my HD is 100Tb with 24Gb RAM). I understand that this file is a virtual file and contains the RAM the kernel can allocate and that I cannot delete it.
Do you have idea on how to solve this problem ?
Many thanks !