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Re: Filled up the filesystem. How?



try using du -h  on all your root directories eg du -h /var  | more

look for large direcroty and keep going recursily and you should be
bale to find out wha is happening
k


On 6/8/05, Paul Howarth <paul city-fan org> wrote:
> On Wed, 2005-06-08 at 07:57 +0200, Dotan Cohen wrote:
> > Yes, when I checked the directory tree I check /tmp. It is empty. As
> > about the only thing that I can do on this machine is browse the web,
> > I have been looking for a command that will show me all large
> > files/directories. I thought that df would do it, but man doesn't seem
> > to know of any option that would do this. Nor does google!
> >
> > How does one go about searching for bloat? All the obvious (logs, tmp,
> > yum clean all) leave no hints.
> 
> If you're looking for bloat I guess you mean large packages that are
> worth removing. Try this (all one line):
> 
> $ rpm -qa --qf '%{SIZE} %{NAME}-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}\n' | sort -rn >
> bloat.txt
> 
> The resulting file bloat.txt will be a list of all of your RPM packages,
> sorted by the amount of disk space they use, biggest at the top. Look
> down that list for packages you don't use and "rpm -e" them. If you're
> not sure what a package is, try "rpm -qi packagename" to find out. If
> another package has a dependency on the one you're trying to remove, rpm
> will tell you about it.
> 
> Paul.
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