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Can't create a topic in firefox

daurnimator
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Trying to create a new topic in firefox 63.01 isn't working for me. In console I get (e.g.): 

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I have plenty of hard drive space left, and don't have issues with other sites, so I'm not sure what is causing the error.

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8 minutes ago, daurnimator said:

Trying to create a new topic in firefox 63.01 isn't working for me. In console I get (e.g.): 

 

I have plenty of hard drive space left, and don't have issues with other sites, so I'm not sure what is causing the error.

Odd.  I don't have any issue on the same Firefox version.  Perhaps try clearing your cache and logging back in?

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Perhaps try clearing your cache and logging back in?

I did try that: I cleared all data for linuxtechtips.com and tried again before switching to chrome.

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There appear to be loads of Firefox-related posts concerning NS_ERROR_FILE_NO_DEVICE_SPACE even on their own bug forums.  Most of it's cleaned up, but the general consensus is restarting the browser and/or cleaning the cache.  It's an SQLlite problem on Firefox, not an issue with LTT.

 

Also, I'll say I've been using Firefox since I started as a member of these forums and have never seen that error on any Firefox version.

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Have you tried without addons? My last Firefox bug was caused by addon (adblock). No issues for me, same version.

^^^^ That's my post ^^^^
<-- This is me --- That's your scrollbar -->
vvvv Who's there? vvvv

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God finding @colonel_mortis I did indeed have a full disk at one point (however not any more).

It appears that firefox has cached this fact and has no way to reset it :(

 

Consider this issue solved (unless we could just stop using localStorage..... I'm not entirely sure why I'd even need JS running to post a thread)

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