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  1. #1
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    Thumbs down Would This Scare You???

    It does me.....and tech support seems to think it's no big deal?!?!?!


    Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/hda1 251M 72M 165M 30% /
    /dev/hda5 12G 9.8G 1.6G 86% /home
    /dev/hda7 1.5G 1.4G 18M 99% /usr
    /dev/hda6 2.0G 1.7G 213M 89% /var

  2. #2
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    Could be a problem if any of your apps under /usr want to generate some big error logs etc.
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  3. #3
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    Re: Would This Scare You???

    Originally posted by Mbarb
    It does me.....and tech support seems to think it's no big deal?!?!?!


    Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/hda1 251M 72M 165M 30% /
    /dev/hda5 12G 9.8G 1.6G 86% /home
    /dev/hda7 1.5G 1.4G 18M 99% /usr
    /dev/hda6 2.0G 1.7G 213M 89% /var
    Those are all horrible numbers and the sign of an over sold machine.
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  4. #4
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    defenetly sounds like it it time to clear your log files.

  5. #5
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    /usr partition

    The /var/log is at 89% so yes it would be a good time to either clear or gzip -9 your log files. The 99% in /usr would scare me if I had any apps running there but not if it's just the normal OS binarys.
    If you do have aplications that run in /usr or any sub-directory of it you might want to consider moveing them into a subdirectory off of /home/you_username/
    Just looking at the numbers thought that is a VERY loaded disk.
    Sam

  6. #6
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    Cool

    It's time to yard out the unneeded junk.

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