I built a Nominatim Server on GCP with 128 GB of RAM and 950 GB SSD. I finished the initial import of the pbf data, created all the indexes and search indices. Now I'm trying to tune the db, but it's saying I don't have enough disk space. How much more disk space do I need to re-calibrate the word frequencies?

Command:

sudo -u $USERNAME -H sh -c "$BUILD_UTILS/update.php --recompute-word-counts"

Error:

ERROR:  could not extend file "base/16386/13231037.2": wrote only 4096 of 8192 bytes at block 302206
HINT:  Check free disk space.

Update:

After allocating more disk space, I'm getting this error -

ERROR:  could not write to file "base/pgsql_tmp/pgsql_tmp3657.4": No space left on device

asked 15 Sep, 17:14

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The output will be about 7GB, I don't know how much the temporary table during the processing will take. You can delete the planet.pbf file you imported, that's no longer needed, will free 65GB on the harddrive.

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Thanks for the lightning fast response @mtmail.

I already deleted the planet.pbf file so I would like to think that I have more than enough space left.

(15 Sep, 17:25) rirhun

It was a partition issue. I had to resize the partition from the VM and it seems to be ok now.

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