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Re: [opensuse] How do i win some space back?
  • From: Oddball <monkey9@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 07 Dec 2010 10:52:17 +0100
  • Message-id: <4CFE03D1.4000206@xxxxxx>
Op 06-12-10 22:25, Anton Aylward schreef:
Oddball said the following on 12/06/2010 11:28 AM:

Op 06-12-10 17:22, Ken Schneider - openSUSE schreef:

Since you are talking about one filesystem use something like:

du -sk /home/* | sort -n

The directory/file that is using the most space will be listed last, cd
to that directory and run the command again (repeat as needed) until you
find the culprit. Also run this for the "." files/dirs.

fyi: 'toegang geweigerd' means: access denied...

oddball@AMD64x2sfn1:~> du -sk /home/*
du: kan map ‘/home/basher/.gnupg’ niet lezen: Toegang geweigerd

That seems reasonable to me.
If you are logged in as 'oddball' then of course you can't access
'basher's PGP directory.

Hint: When you report something like this, also run 'id' and 'ls -l'
so we know who owns the stuff and who you accessing it as.

Ok, when i'll do that...
I'll keep these commands in a textfile, for further reference.. thnx..


Enjoy your time around,

Oddball (M9.) (Now or never...)

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