/var is lack of space!!
heccjj at gmail.com
Mon Jan 24 17:35:52 PST 2005
Thanks all of you,with your instruction,i found that it's
/var/spool/clientmqueue use almost all of my disk space!!And i delete
this directory,every thing is ok!
But which program produce those rubish?and how can i stop that program?
On Mon, 24 Jan 2005 10:12:50 -0600, John <john at starfire.mn.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 24, 2005 at 10:50:38AM -0500, Robert Huff wrote:
> > John writes:
> > > This is a good way to find out "where" the storage is being used:
> > > cd /var ; du -s * | sort -nr | more
> > > That will give you a list, sorted from most storage to least, of
> > > each directory (or file) at the /var level. You can then choose
> > > to descend into one of those, and run the command again, to drill
> > > deeper.
> > Technical notes:
> > 1) given you're already at /var, the "*" is superfluous.
> No, it's not your technical notes are WRONG, you've not understood
> my point. With the "-s" option and not the *, you'd only get the
> total usage for the filesystem, and he already knows that from the
> > 2) if you omit the -s, you get the "drilling down" for free:
> You've entirely missed my point. Read on...
> > 47100 ./db
> > 40126 ./db/pkg
> > 13160 ./log
> > 10738 ./log/samba
> I find this hard to read, you've done a great job of illustrating my point.
> When looking at this, you need to remember that the ./db 47100 contains
> the ./db/pkg 40126 - you can't add up that column of numbers to see what
> part of the total filesystem is in use.
> I'm not saying my way is the only way, but at least I'm not telling
> you your way is wrong without understanding it. I find my method
> useful, so I shared it - if he doesn't want to use it, he doesn't have to.
> John Lind
> john at starfire.MN.ORG
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