I was restoring my phone after the reset. I did not finish and I received the message again. I was not forced to reset. I was warned the database was getting full.
I used internalz pro to go to var/db/ where command prompt indicates the partition is located. In this folder there were several logs at 2MB a piece. From log 85 to log 119, a file named _lock(0B), and some folders. Lost+found, main, and temp. Lost+found is empy. Main contains files called +version(1B), indexes.db(42MB), indexlds.db(56KB), kinds.db(52KB), objects.db(10.3MB), sequences.db (16KB), and UsageDbName(24KB). Temp contains _version(1B), indexes.db(36KB), indexlds.db(16KB), kinds.db(16KB), objects.db(28KB), sequences.db(16KB), UsageDbName(16KB).
It appears as though something is causing my phone to generate an excessive amount of logs. This is part of the problem. The size allowed for this partition is too small judging from the size of the index files. IF, this contains my music, photo, and video indexes it would exceed 144MB easily if I had enough photos and music on my device.
I copied some of the logs to my usb partition in case HP/Palm wants to review them to make a suggestion or has a fix. I deleted them and checked with SDL Terminal app and I was down to 51% (71.3M).
I also noticed my Web app does not delete its browsing history. I press clear and it disappears while the app is opened. However after reopening the app it is back again.
Please help HP/Palm I want to listen to my 1,000+ high quality songs while jogging, view my 800+ photos, watch movies on my phone, check my email accounts, use my calendar and tasks, send and receive text messages, and continue to use all my apps and support devs by buying and trying new apps all on the device I use more than a laptop.