Re: SPAM: Re: SPAM: Re: /dev/hda1 is full ?

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Re: SPAM: Re: SPAM: Re: /dev/hda1 is full ?

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On Friday 04 August 2006 15:28, lostson wrote:

> On Friday 04 August 2006 08:11, Peter Onion wrote:
> > On Fri, 2006-08-04 at 13:39 +0200, Jan Engelhardt wrote
> >
> > > >You might try the du command, to see where all the space is used.
> >
> > A little trick I use is
> >
> > du . | sort -n > du.sorted
> > tail du.sorted
> >
> > Peter
>  Thanks to all who dropped me some info on this. It seems my tmp cache and
> log directories were quite large. I have my /dev/hda down to 73% still is
> pretty full, trying to find more as i go. There has to be some more i can
> get rid of just haven't found it yet, thanks again!!

find might also be usefull:

  find /mountpoint/. -xdev -type f -size +10M

finds files (-type f) greater than 10M (-size +10M) only on mountpoint's
filesystem (-xdev).

  find /mountpoint/. -xdev -type f -size +10M -exec ls -l {} \;

lists them as well.



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