During an Introscope install, a "Not Enough Disk Space" message appears when using an NFS mounted partition on Linux.

Document ID : KB000048519
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Description:

What to do when getting a "Not Enough Disk Space" message when using an NFS mounted partition during an Introscope installation.

Solution:

When trying to install Introscope on RedHat 5 Linux on an NFS mounted file system, the installer fails with:

"Not Enough Disk Space"

This happened when attempting to install under the /apps/introscope filesystem. This was an NFS, mounted with enough free space for theinstallation. The target directory was /apps/introscope/em, however the installer was looking only at the filesystem /apps which had only 4MB free.

Workaround:
The problem occurred during the disk space check performed by InstallAnywhere, a third party application used by the Introscope installer.

To workaround the InstallAnywhere issue, you may define an environment variable CHECK_DISK_SPACE=0 to bypass the check.
Proceed to reinstall Introscope.

Applies to:
RH5
Any Introscope version
NFS v3.0