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MySQL MariaDB Won't Start in Debian Linux

I have a quiet problem in evening that the server was kinda scrambled when accessed. The problem was caused by fulled disk drive, especially in /var/ folder. If you want to make sure that the folder is full or not, you can just type in df -h. That will show you the folder and its partition, just like the picture below.

Disk Space

To fix the issue, /var/ folder should be cleaned first by deleting some unused files and then delete the tc.log file in /var/lib/mysql/tc.log. MariaDB cannot start due to fully disk and unable to write it on tc.log files.

Here's the discussion regarding these issue