On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 01:55:06PM +0200, Raffaele Morelli wrote: > 2013/4/19 Darac Marjal <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 01:32:45PM +0200, Raffaele Morelli wrote: > > � �Hi, > > � �I have a debian wheezy server up, I would like to free some space > on > > � �rootfs but can't guess how... > > � �Here follows the filesystem, any hints? > > You have 213Mb in your root file system, that seems fairly small to me > (especially as you have 477Gb kicking around free in your /home, but > that's not what you asked) > > it's a quite long story to tell but that's the result... > � > > Try "sudo du -ahx / | sort -h" to get a listing of file and directory > sizes on that partition. Maybe it can give you some clue as to where to > trim. > > debian:~# du -ahx /dev/mapper/debian-root | sort -h > 0 � � � /dev/mapper/debian-root > /r That seems correct. Device nodes don't tend to take up any space. Now try it again on the filesystem (like I showed you).
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