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If you run into a "java.io.IOException: No space left on device" error when running ColdFusion, check your hard disk space. If you've inspected your hard disk space, and still have open space on your drive, check your /tmp directory. We're running ColdFusion 8 on Archlinux and this error wasn't too easy to diagnose. A df -h lead us to believe that we had plenty of disk space available, but a df -T revealed that our /tmp directory had filled up. It was so full that Arch wasn't able to empty it on reboot, like it's supposed to and trying to remove it manually didn't help either, we kept receiving "Argument list too long" errors. Rebooting into safe mode and restarting from there forced the clean of the /tmp directory and ColdFusion started right back up.
I've finally given up on Dreamweaver. Too many times it's locked up on me and refuses to open. I've had to rename my local source folders, find hidden xml files to delete cache, etc, etc. Too much time wasted to use an editor that isn't that great to begin with. The one thing that's held me to it was the remote capabilities with RDS and FTP. No more.