[nSLUG] Root Partition Woes
dlpotter at ns.sympatico.ca
Wed Feb 15 12:37:07 AST 2006
My first suspicion would be log files gone wild... if that doesn't seem
to be the problem - maybe try a `find `
# find / -type f -mtime -1 | less
should find any files modified in the last day ( -3 would give you three
(who doesn't claim to be a `find ` expert... ;-)
Halifax Nova Scotia - Home Buyer Seminars -
Rowan Townshend wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am dealing with a running issue, where my server (Slackware 10.1)
> keeps filling its root partition. I have given it a few passes, and
> have not noticed any especially large files held within. This server
> acts as a mail server (Sendmail 8.13.5), DNS (Bind 9.3.1), Web (Apache
> 1.3.33), and MySQL (4.1.14) is in there but not really being used at
> the moment. The Root partition itself was defined for 1 GB of space,
> to my knowledge this should be sufficient?
> Is there a way that I can monitor the disk write actions to a
> specific partition? If such is possible, then perhaps it would shed
> some light on what is eating up the space.
> This one has me boggled,
> -Rowan Townshend
> P.S. Happy Valentines Day!
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