I got this when the directory I was trying to write the file to exceeded its max. disc usage – Mehdi Nellen May 20 '15 at As a comment mentioned in one of the answers, you might get this if folder in which the file resides has been deleted or didn't exist in the first place. Fsck order is to tell fsck what order to check the file systems, if set to “0” file system is ignored. Ranko @ Mine is still not working, I did mount -o remount,rw / and tried vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config file but still says W Warning: Changing a readonly file. Or login using a Red Hat Bugzilla account Forgot Password. Login: Hide Forgot Bug - Appending data to a file using Vi editor violates quota limits. Summary: Appending data to a file using Vi editor violates quota I see ""themusicvaults.net" E Can't open file for writing" when disk quota is already exceeded in a directory and you try.
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