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Maybe try modifying /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/duplicity/tempdir.py (or wherever that file is at your system) to add a more specific exception handler, it seems to do just this: except Exception: log.Info(_("Cleanup of temporary file %s failed") % util.ufn(file)) pass A more specific error ...


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Yes, there is a block device read buffer cache -- bcache -- which caches blocks previously read. If you do not want this behavior, you can open the block device with O_DIRECT flag.


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Here is a way to check some default cache mode. Although it's also kind of documentation, it's "online" and you get the default cache mode of your current QEMU version. As @dokotr5000 said, it depends on the version. Run "qemu-img -h" and search for the "cache" part. You will find something like the following. 'cache' is the cache mode used to write the ...


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Sounds like you do have a problem Yeah, so if the cache includes the tracker database, when you "clean" it you're just going to get it rebuilt again (after laboriously scanning all of your files). So I don't think this is a great idea. The fundamental problem is that you have (a combination of) software writing to a limited filesystem, which doesn't ...



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