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install agent to RHEL 7.2 , show not enough disk space

Hi All
I am running a POC,using UAM to monitor Linux plateform, I install SUSE and solaris plateform seem install & work well. But When I remote install RHEL server...it show I have no enough disk space, this server is fresh install and has 100GB HD which use default auto partition format. I also install another server, but I manual create 3 partitions (/boot , / , swap), but get the same result....
But I find a tricky information...I run df command...I find many tmpfs partitions and everyone seem use less than 1GB, I do not know How function about these partitions.

Who have similar experience and could provide how to resolve my issue ?

thanks a lot!!

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Re: install agent to RHEL 7.2 , show not enough disk space


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Re: install agent to RHEL 7.2 , show not enough disk space

I have not heard of this issue with any other customers. I recommend that you open a Service Request and allow Technical Support to assist you in solving this problem.
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