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Cutest Pet Photo for 2022


Alrighty then Marsh-Reef community, we know you don't just own a Reef tank! Let's start the New Year off with a "Cutest Pet Photo!" Go ahead and get that smartphone or camera out to take those cute little non-reef-related pets of yours.
Please post your picture in this thread, receive the most likes, and win!!!

Start posting your pictures ASAP!

Happy New Year! ๐ŸŽ‡๐ŸŽ‡๐ŸŽ‡๐ŸŽ‡

The PRIZE!!!

$50 (Urban Aquatics)

1 - Photo must match the category.
2 - Submit ONLY 1 photo.
3- Contest now thru January 20th
4- Photo with the MOST "Likes" wins.
5 - No copyright infringements! You must be the owner of the photo.
6 - Please do NOT submit photos of someone else's tank.
7 - Members creating multiple accounts to vote for themselves will have all votes removed.


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Tried to upload but it seems the server is out of disk space.

Assuming a VPS/Dedi
rm -rf /var/log
because logs are for chumps.

Yup, looks like a cPanel VPS/Dedi. I would make sure the local stats programs are disabled and cleared out. They are garbo and just waste space. Also check the backup settings to make sure the legacy backup system is disabled. You do have to manually remove those backups after disabling it which is stupid.

One last thing, for the love of all that is holly, do not reboot with a full disk. Especially if you are using innodb. Unless you hate yourself and want to start out 2022 in a bad way.