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How much data I can write from a single node via NFS?

Question asked by rocketsingh on Apr 10, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 12, 2016 by mufeed

I have a 3 node  MapR cluster with 32 GB RAM on each node (93.5 GB total) . I have 76 GB disk partition available in each node (195 GB total). I have mounted the cluster on one of my node say node1. I have created a volume with replication factor 1 and without and any quota. Also compression is disabled for this volume.

Now if I try to write to cluster from node1 mount point i.e. /mapr/mycluster/vol_name/ (I am not using MapReduce jobs to write. Using standard I/O to write to cluster), I am not able to write 100GB data. I got error no dis space left after 65GB.

Is it the correct behavior? Isn't supposed to write data up to volume capacity i.e. 195GB?