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Re: /usr at 100%



On Tue, 2002-12-31 at 07:19, Aaron Konstam wrote:
> Something is wrong because I have RH 8.0 /usr on a 3 G partition and it 
> fits. Did you try : du -s /usr and see what is taking up the space.

You probably mean:
du -s /usr/*

As others suggested, I'd imagine there's probably a lot in /usr/local or
/usr/src.  Check for kernel-source packages; those can be removed unless
(or until) you have to build additional drivers for your kernel. 
Anything but the kernel's source in /usr/src should be moved out of
there.  Software compiles should not happen in /usr.

Removing items from /usr/local/ may be more complicated.  Probably the
best way to remove something is to get the original source, unpack, and
"make uninstall".






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