In article <bg6juc$q4p$03$1news.t-online.com>,
Thomas Musall <muesli.pcmt-online.de> wrote:
>I have deleted a great file from the filesystem, but
>the disk is near 94% of diskspace. How will the
>system update this information, or must I do something.
Most likely the files you deleted are still in use by some processes. This
is most common when you delete log files that are still being written to.
To clear up the space, you have to get the processes to close the files.
If they're being written by syslogd, sending a SIGHUP to syslogd will do
this (you should first recreate the new log ...