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Re: Filled up the filesystem. How?



On 6/8/05, Alexander Dalloz <ad+lists uni-x org> wrote:
> Am Di, den 07.06.2005 schrieb Dotan Cohen um 23:39:
> 
> > Last week I wrote that I somehow filled 7 out of 10 megs in my linux
> > partition. Today that last bit was filled- I am at 100% capacity.
> >
> > I cannot download email or create new files. What could be the cause
> > of this? Where should I look for bloat? What can I delete?
> >
> > Dotan
> 
> This can easily be happen if log files fill very quickly. I.e. if you
> have Apache running, a fault in your page and quite some hits, the
> error_log can grow rapidly. So watch out for large log files.
> 
> Alexander
> 
> 
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> Fedora Core 2 GNU/Linux on Athlon with kernel 2.6.11-1.27_FC2smp
> Serendipity 23:54:54 up 14 days, 22:32, load average: 0.38, 0.53, 0.49
> 
> 
> BodyID:69189987.2.n.logpart (stored separately)
> 
> 

/var/logs is 23 megs (same as last week) 
/var is 1.3 gigs (same as last week)
/usr is 3.7 gigs (same as last week)
/proc is 480 megs (same as last week)

I only checked those because those were the biggies last week. The
system is so slow now that it takes a long time for it to caculate
those values. Where else should I look?

Dotan


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