Re: Disk too full?
On Tue 05 Apr 2016 at 22:46:10 (+0100), Lisi Reisz wrote:
> On Tuesday 05 April 2016 19:13:23 David Wright wrote:
> > On Tue 05 Apr 2016 at 16:46:36 (+0100), Lisi Reisz wrote:
> > > May the OP have run out of inodes in / ?
> > Here's my prediction :)
> > 100000 10% /
> > 1200000 1% /home
> > 100000 1% /tmp
> > 600000 50% /usr
> > 200000 10% /var
> > Cheers,
> > David.
> On Tuesday 05 April 2016 21:29:00 Charles Blair wrote:
> > Output from df -ih
> > Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on
> > rootfs 84K 7.6K 76K 10% /
> > udev 488K 462 488K 1% /dev
> > tmpfs 490K 459 489K 1% /run
> > /dev/disk/by-uuid/09...8e 84K 7.6K 76K 10% /
> > tmpfs 490K 1 490K 1% /run/lock
> > tmpfs 490K 8 490K 1% /run/shm
> > /dev/sda10 11M 9.0K 11M 1% /home
> > /dev/sda9 96K 42 96K 1% /tmp
> > /dev/sda6 537K 245K 293K 46% /usr
> > /dev/sda7 179K 11K 169K 6% /var
> All right. Don't smirk. ;-) If I were good at Ascii art you would get a
> star, albeit not a gold one. :-)
I cheated; I remembered that he posted them last year.
I think it's possible that you, Charles, are still running wheezy,
which is probably why you're getting away with such a small root
If booting into single user mode allows you to umount /usr, then it
would be possible to migrate your root to /dev/sda6, but you don't
give me the impression that you'd be confident enough to do that.
If you're running a 3.2 kernel, just don't try to upgrade to 3.16;
the .deb file is 50% bigger.
I don't know what you've got in the partitions we don't see, but
judging by your use of /home, you've got room to repartition with
two at-least-32GB root partitions so that you can in future install/
upgrade a new Debian in one without touching the old one in the other.