Strange text over website

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please seehttp://www.senate-group.co.uk/

there is text in the header and footer and i get the following errors when i try to log in and edit the website

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Warning: session_start(): open(/kunden/homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/files/tmp/sess_679d9a458e7fff7332bda9a6271cdefd, O_RDWR) failed: Disk quota exceeded (122) in /homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/updates/concrete5.6.0.2/concrete/startup/session.php on line 36

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/updates/concrete5.6.0.2/concrete/startup/session.php:36) in /homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/updates/concrete5.6.0.2/concrete/startup/session.php on line 36

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/updates/concrete5.6.0.2/concrete/startup/session.php:36) in /homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/updates/concrete5.6.0.2/concrete/startup/session.php on line 36

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/updates/concrete5.6.0.2/concrete/startup/session.php:36) in /homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/updates/concrete5.6.0.2/concrete/core/libraries/controller.php on line 368

Warning: Unknown: open(/kunden/homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/files/tmp/sess_679d9a458e7fff7332bda9a6271cdefd, O_RDWR) failed: Disk quota exceeded (122) in Unknown on line 0

Warning: Unknown: Failed to write session data (files). Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (/kunden/homepages/33/d173811626/htdocs/c5/files/tmp) in Unknown on line 0"

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JohntheFish
As it says in the message, you have used up more disc space than your (1&1?) account allows.

Options
1. Upgrade to an account with more disc space

2. Do some spring cleaning of the files in your account. These may not be concrete5 files (is there anything left over from old sites?), so best to have a look at the overall account directories and files with ftp.

While in FTP, you could also within your site clear out any unused core updates in your /updates/ directory (making sure to keep at least the most recent fully working update), move down to your development system any backups in files/backups, clear the cache folder by just selecting and deleting everything in it.

Doing any one of these should be enough to get you running again and able to login to the dashboard.