Hi,I am new to CentOS. My problem is my server is running out of space. When i issued a df -h command this is what appearsFilesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /d... [by asustek]
on 03/23/2010 – Made popular on 03/23/2010
Good day. I have Ubuntu 12.04 LTS running a headless NAS box (HP Microserver) - used mainly for backup, but it also runs Plex Media Server. Plex stopped working and it turned out I was out of disk space. I have cleared out some old kernel versions so have retrieved a little space and Plex is working now. However, I can't identify what is using the extra 36G of space.
I'm running a Centos VM in VMWare Fusion 5.x. The VM is an Aspera file transfer server and the files being sent are stored on the mounted disk. I've allocated 50 GB for the VM disk and shared another volume from the host (/mnt/hgfs/Aspera). It looks like the file transfers are taking up space on the root volume and Centos is complaining that it's out of space.
I have a RHEL 4 server that recently ran out of disk space and now our Logwatch for the server reports the following disk usage (I think this is the last accurate night before the /var partition filled up):
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
62G 3.8G 55G 7% /
I am having trouble upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS, getting a "Not enough free disk space" error. This is because I do not have enough free disk space on / (need 3618 M) and /boot (need 8397 k). I have emptied my trash and removed all of the old linux kernels. More generally, I am concerned about how full / is.
We have this old CentOS4 box and I am trying to increase the space.
I want the full 8GB to show up in a "df -h" but it shows only the first Volume of ~4GB. How can I add the 2nd volume to the first? Can I just edit fstab and mount the Group?? After creating my notes below it looks like the 2nd volume is swap space. Can I just remove the swap space and make it disk space on the first volume?
I only have small php files on this server, and it fits 80gb. where is all the space being consumed? Its not sustainable if it never clears out the temp space. How could I resolve this and clear out what might be consuming all the space on the server. could it be logs?