Linux df not updating
We need the script to run for a certain amount of time, let’s say for an hour.
If the issue persists, continue with the below guides: Example: You suspect that your motherboard is faulty.This robust troubleshooting procedure is useful because it isolates the issue to your suspect component.Otherwise, the issue could be a power balance issue, riser problem, loose cabling, bad power socket, bad PSU, etc.This ensures that the command extracts the correct percentage of disk used (which is %7 in our case).The top -bn1 command will execute the top command only once (n1 = one iteration) the “b” is used when we want to use “top” in a bash script or to output its data to a file.Remove the motherboard from power and disconnect it from your rig. After that, plug the CMOS battery back in and follow these guides: Booting a Rig without a Power Button and Initial Setup.
If the issue is unresolved, proceed with the below guides: IF YOU SUSPECT THAT YOUR MOTHERBOARD IS FAULTY, DO NOT SWAP IN OTHER COMPONENTS INTO THE NON-WORKING RIG IN THE HOPES THAT IT WILL WORK.
Follow the below robust troubleshooting procedure step-by-step and do not skip any steps.
Failure to follow this guide when asked by eth OS or gpu Shack staff (as part of RMA procedure) will result in a voided warranty, as described in the gpu Shack Warranty Agreement.
INSTEAD, SWAP YOUR SUSPECT MOTHERBOARD INTO ANOTHER WORKING RIG!
THIS MEANS YOU MUST NOT MOVE THE RAM, DRIVEs, CPUs, CABLEs, OR PSUs FROM THE SUSPECT RIG, AND THAT YOU MUST REMOVE ONLY THE MOTHEBOARD FROM THE SUSPECT RIG.
Since we barley have any load on the machine, we can use a stress tester to cause the CPU and Memory to load for some time.