Recently in the last day or so I have been getting a warning about my computer having a low amount of disk space available and what I can do to free up additional space. The only thing different that I've done is to try and use a Virtual Box to test out other Linux OS's. Is it possible that this low disk space warning be related to the VB and not to my Main computers disk space?
AelloWhen booting up after a certain number of mounts my pc wants to check disk.Why it do this, I do not know.But the bootscreen in crunchbang 9.xx does not alow it to do this check.So...How do I do this manually?
I wanted to know the Red Hat Linux command for cumulative disk space usage and the free space as df h gives used and free space individually for the drives. Or, a command to check free space on the server would also be fine.
You know how you have to do the forced disk check after you reboot / mount the drive 30 (can't remember exact number)? How do I run this manually? I would like to be able to do a disk check (while logged in) at a time that works (like overnight), rather than on boot up. Sometimes I need my machine right away and this is a huge PITA.
I have recently deleted a large number of files on my Macbook Pro. But Disk Utility doesn't seem to notice, and is preventing me from installing World of Warcraft (because it doesn't think I have enough space). No matter how many files I delete, the "available space" only increases in Finder, but not in Disk Utility (which I assume is what WoW is checking against).