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Re: [redhat] Re: home volume says 100% used 0 bytes left, but the amount of data doesn't match

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  • Mrugesh Raval
    Try this lsof | grep /home OR lsof | grep del Find out proc writing to home and kill those procs You can also run du -sh /home/* And dig further which user has
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 28, 2013
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      Try this

      lsof | grep /home
      OR
      lsof | grep del

      Find out proc writing to home and kill those procs

      You can also run

      du -sh /home/*

      And dig further which user has occupied the space and send them warn message to clean up



      On Feb 28, 2013, at 6:03 PM, "thad_floryan" <thad@...> wrote:

      > --- In redhat@yahoogroups.com, "pghlinuxnoob" wrote:
      > >
      > > I'm fairly new to Linux and just recently rebuilt my Laptop with
      > > Centos. This morning, I start getting an alert that my home volume
      > > disk usage is at 100% with 0 bytes free. I run the disk analyzer and
      > > it shows it as 100% but when I look at the files, I'm probalby not at
      > > even 5%. My home volume is 228G and my data is probably around 15G.
      > >
      > > Are there hidden files or something? How do I go about cleaning up
      > > whatever is using the space?
      >
      > What version of CentOS?
      >
      > cd to your home directory and report the output of the following:
      >
      > du -sk .
      >
      > df -k
      >
      >


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