Why Cannot a File Be Uploaded to the Enterprise Resource Library or Department Resource Library on Windows Server 2008 After the Virtual Web Disk Space Is Used Up?


The virtual web disk only contains the private space of users, but does not contain space of the enterprise resource library and department resource library. If user space is insufficient and you attempt to upload a file to a resource library, the file cannot pass the local space verification.

If you want to upload a file to the enterprise resource library or department resource library after the virtual disk space is used up, contact the IT administrator to expand the space.

Other related questions:
Why Cannot a File with a Name Containing Special Characters Be Uploaded to the Virtual Web Disk?
The names of some files contain text code that cannot be processed by the virtual web disk. Therefore, those files cannot be uploaded.

Why Cannot the Modification of a File in My share on the Virtual Web Disk Be Updated to the Web Disk?
The My share folder stores file shortcuts only and those shortcuts lead to files in the cache. Therefore, if you modify a file in My share, you actually modify the file in the cache and the modification is not processed by the virtual web disk. Therefore, the file modification cannot be updated to the web disk. If you want to update modification of a file to the web disk, modify the file in the My Files folder.

MIB library obtaining
You can obtain the management information base (MIB) library of Huawei storage devices as follows: Download MIB files for your products based on the product version and required functions from the following link: http://support.huawei.com/enterprise/news?lang=en&idAbsPath=0301_10001|1382082906220&pid=1382082906220#idAbsPath=0301_10001%7C1382082906220%7C1382608182242&ot=clk&pid=1382608182242&t=727&type=0301

Method used to install library files on Red Hat
Method used to install library files on Red Hat: By default, not all library files are installed on Red Hat. Therefore, you need to use the yum software to install all library files. The procedure for installing library files is as follows: 1. Insert the operating system installation CD-ROM into the server's CD-ROM drive. Mount the CD-ROM. In this example, the CD-ROM is mounted to /source/mnt. 2. Edit the yum configuration file on the server. The yum configuration file is saved under /etc/yum.repo.d/, including the following content: [rhel-source] name=Red Hat Enterprise Linux $releasever - $basearch - Source baseurl=file:///source/mnt enabled=1 gpgcheck=1 gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-redhat-release Change the baseur value and the gpgkey value based on the actual situation. Keep the defaults for other settings. 3. Check whether the yum configuration file is correctly configured. Run the yum list available command. If information about the required installation package is displayed, the content of the yum configuration file is correct. 4. Install a library file. For example, to install the ld-linux.so.2 library file, run the yum install ld-linux.so.2 command and proceed as prompted.

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