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willjay typed (on Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 07:21:47PM -0400): | What would be gobbling up /dev/root. Can't seem to locate the culprit. I | do see a /usr/preserve which is moderately large. What should I do with | /usr/preserve. Is is safe to remove? Where else? Thanks wj. | | Mount Dir Filesystem blocks used free %used | / /dev/root 1126402 1089730 36672 97% | /stand /dev/boot 30722 19084 11638 63% | /u /dev/u 6821500 5904978 916522 87% /usr/preserve is where files you were in the midst of editing with vi go when the the session is abrubtly closed. ...

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    Default Re: no space on /dev/root

    willjay typed (on Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 07:21:47PM -0400):
    | What would be gobbling up /dev/root. Can't seem to locate the culprit. I
    | do see a /usr/preserve which is moderately large. What should I do with
    | /usr/preserve. Is is safe to remove? Where else? Thanks wj.
    |
    | Mount Dir Filesystem blocks used free %used
    | / /dev/root 1126402 1089730 36672 97%
    | /stand /dev/boot 30722 19084 11638 63%
    | /u /dev/u 6821500 5904978 916522 87%

    /usr/preserve is where files you were in the midst of editing with vi go
    when the the session is abrubtly closed. You should get email about
    those when you reboot. If you don't know what they are, then ditch them.

    Other than that, run find with the -size option to find very large files.
    And check your syslog, and your lp printer logs.

    --
    JP
    Jean-Pierre Radley Guest

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    Default no space on /dev/root

    What would be gobbling up /dev/root. Can't seem to locate the culprit. I
    do see a /usr/preserve which is moderately large. What should I do with
    /usr/preserve. Is is safe to remove? Where else? Thanks wj.

    Mount Dir Filesystem blocks used free %used
    / /dev/root 1126402 1089730 36672 97%
    /stand /dev/boot 30722 19084 11638 63%
    /u /dev/u 6821500 5904978 916522 87%



    willjay Guest

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