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ztecztec Member
edited November 2012 in General

How did this happen and how do I fix it?
The only thing that I am running on this server is centos 6.3 with virtualmin and trying to host a site that gathers usenet data.

Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on

rootfs 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /
none 991M 308K 990M 1% /dev
/dev/sda2 452G 199M 429G 1% /home
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /var/named/chroot/etc/named
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /var/named/chroot/var/named
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /var/named/chroot/etc/named.conf
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /var/named/chroot/etc/named.rfc1912.zones
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /var/named/chroot/etc/rndc.key
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /var/named/chroot/usr/lib64/bind
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /var/named/chroot/etc/named.iscdlv.key
/dev/root 9.7G 1.5G 7.8G 16% /var/named/chroot/etc/named.root.key

I can't do much anymore, did some googling but I'm too big of a newbie to really fix this.

Thank you for your attention.

You can spam me with any yearly shared hosting deal.

Comments

  • MartinDMartinD Member
    edited November 2012

    You need to get rid of chroot-bind.

    rpm -e bind-chroot; service named restart

  • Isn't that a necessary package, and why does it use so much space?

    You can spam me with any yearly shared hosting deal.

  • It's not using any space, it's chrooted environments for bind.

    No you don't need the package - it can be removed with no issue.

  • Actually, I see I posted the wrong print of the HD space. cough

    Where it says 16% above there was 100%.
    Now I'm left with this:

    Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on

    rootfs 9.7G 9.3G 0 100% /
    /dev/root 9.7G 9.3G 0 100% /
    none 1003M 308K 1003M 1% /dev
    /dev/sda2 452G 205M 429G 1% /home

    You can spam me with any yearly shared hosting deal.

  • edited November 2012

    Type:
    cd /
    du -h --max-depth=1

    then see which directory uses more disk space and cd into it eg.
    cd /var
    then run
    du -h --max-depth=1 again.

    Do this until you find which file/files used up all your diskspace.
    I'm guessing it's a logfile that's not being rotated.

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  • ztecztec Member
    edited November 2012

    It's mysql using 8gb. But that's just my huge database, I can't delete that!

    How can I circumvent this?

    You can spam me with any yearly shared hosting deal.

  • Move it to /home and symlink the 'original'

  • I'm almost too ashamed to ask but: How do I do this?

    You can spam me with any yearly shared hosting deal.

  • I think I got it.

    You can spam me with any yearly shared hosting deal.

  • Good to hear.

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