[RT-AC86U, 384.17] can't remove; no space left on device

Yousif Kelaita

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Wow, I think it actually worked.

For posterity, here's the exact sequence I followed:

Disable Traffic Analyzer in GUI -> Backup JFFS Partition -> Disable Custom Scripts and Configs -> Format JFFS Partition at Next Boot -> Reboot Twice -> Restore JFFS Partition -> Delete TrafficAnalyzer.db -> Enable Custom Scripts and Configs

I don't know if the act of backing up and restoring the JFFS partition freed up some pending writes that gave enough space to delete TrafficAnalyzer.db? But it worked! Thanks all for the help.

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