Re: partition /var is full
On Tue, Sep 28, 2004 at 11:07:03PM +0100, Gerard Robin wrote:
> I have a problem with my partition /var which seems to be too small.
> When it is full my system deosn't work fine, for example: fetchmail can't
> download my messages in /var/mail/mylogin.
> To solve the problem temporarily, I have removed the biggest files in
> How can I solve this problem neatly ?
> Thinks in advance for your reply or for a link which gives me a hint
> for good solution ?
> "df -h" displays :
> Sys. de fich. Tail. Occ. Disp. %Occ. Mont? sur
> /dev/hda2 464M 139M 302M 32% /
> tmpfs 253M 0 253M 0% /dev/shm
> /dev/hda3 3,2G 1,7G 1,4G 55% /usr
> /dev/hda6 92M 22K 87M 1% /tmp
> /dev/hda7 464M 411M 29M 94% /var
> /dev/hda8 1,9G 530M 1,2G 31% /home
> /dev/fd0 1,4M 745K 679K 53% /floppy
> "du -hs /var" displays
> 89M /var
> 411M != 89M ?
I guess there is a program running that still has some removed files
open. Try restarting sysklogd, or rebooting.
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