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Hub Server not using /dev/xvda2 for /tmp

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I deployed a LAMP Debian 12 server to the turnkey hub, and whenever I run database operations (REPAIR TABLE) on our 12gb+ database I am getting errors about running out of space.

I have tried to bind the /tmp directory to the 350gb tmp directory that's included with the server, but it keeps filling up my main 20gb disk. I don't know if I'm doing it wrong, if I need to restart the server, or if there's some other step I'm missing.

What can I do to ensure that the server is writing all it's tmp data to the /dev/xvda2 instead of /dev/xvda1?

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