552 Disk full - please upload later (via FTP)

Category: File Management

josephakins
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2011-10-23 10:52 pm EST

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I'm getting the error '552 Disk full - please upload later' when I try to upload files (even very small script files) via FTP. This problem has recurred every day for five days. Each time I report it Tech Support says they're 'working on it'. Is this problem system-wide, or limited to one server? When this error is reported, is the disk truly full? What will happen if someone purchases files for digital delivery via our shopping cart? The cart software has to copy the files to a web-accessible directory. Will here be any available disk space to copy them to?

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ravinder
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2014-01-02 07:40 am EST

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Tim S.
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2011-10-24 6:53 am EST
Hi josephakins,

Thanks for posting your question. The problem is with the server you are on. There's a point where the server disk space is nearing capacity and causing the issue. If you provide me your primary domain I'd be happy to look into this further for you.

As for your shopping cart, depending on how your cart handles the sale of digital media will determine if it is affected or not.

Let us know if there's anything else we can assist you with. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thanks!

Tim S

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JacobIMH
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2014-01-02 1:47 pm EST
Hello ravinder,

I'm sorry to hear about the problems you're having. If you're getting the 552 Disk full error on your account when attempting to upload files, the server could be temporarily close to its disk limit.

Please submit a ticket to our support department so that they can pull up your account and look into any current disk space issues on the server your account is hosted on.

Alternatively, if you'd like to reply to this public forum with the domain name of your account we can take a look for you here in the community as well.

- Jacob

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