In bash (and over ssh) running
rm FILENAME gives the error:
rm: cannot remove 'FILENAME': Disk quota exceeded. I've seen the other posts (and everyting down the first page of google) on this topic and have tried:
echo "" > FILENAME cp /dev/null FILENAME cat /dev/null >FILENAME
and all give the same error. This has happened to me once before and one of the things above fixed it, but for whatever reason that isn't working this time. Is there some sort of more powerful method to remove or write 0 bytes to a file?
I don't have
sudo access on the system.
This is on a unix system.