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    /usr full

    I have a dedicated server with RH 7.1 that keeps crashing, and I have just found out that the reason for this is that /usr is full.

    How do I find out why that partition is full ? How do I see which files are too big etc ?


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    are there alot of email build ups if so that may be why.
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    df -h - show's partition info

    du -h /usr - will show you the size of each directory in /usr
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    remove all files in /usr/local/apache/logs/ ....

    restert apache
    /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd stop
    /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start

    if not free enoughf then turn to


    you can delete some BIG files of domains' logs .... restart apache also

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    You could always make the domain log files go to a directory with more space, say "/home/domlogs"

    Sean Higgins
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    Thanks to all of you. The problem has been fixed. Appreciate it a lot

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