File system is Full
peterjeremy at optushome.com.au
Wed Oct 3 12:48:55 PDT 2007
On 2007-Oct-03 18:51:06 +0200, Khaled Moussa <khmoussa at gmail.com> wrote:
> However, I noticed that mounting msdosfs
>on another HD are sucking much of my FBSD HD.
This doesn't make sense. Mounting another filesystem cannot affect the
contents of root.
>. It seems that this situation was also connected with the
>upgrade of OOo port which sucks much of HD.
Building and upgrading OOo needs lots of disk space, but none of it
should be in root. Ports will build in /usr/ports/CATEGORY/NAME/work
by default (you can and probably should change this using WRKDIRPREFIX
in /etc/make.conf). Portupgrade needs space in /var/tmp for temporary
> I would try growfs to add 10G to my file system.
Assuming /home, /tmp, /usr and /var are not part of root, there is no
reason for / to use more than 100-200MB. Rather than blindly adding
10GB space, I suggest you investigate and correct the underlying problem.
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