__/ [bibinix@xxxxxxx] on Wednesday 21 December 2005 11:18 \__
> Hi guys out there.
> I am cleaning up my disk (suse 9.2). I deleted lot of temp files and
> rpm as suggested by many posts in this newsgroup
> Still I have:
> bigdell:/ # df -h
> Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> /dev/hdb6 16G 9.4G 5.1G 65% /
> tmpfs 252M 32K 252M 1% /dev/shm
> /dev/hdb1 16G 11G 4.7G 70% /mnt/D
> And looking at the biggest directories:
> root 4.1 Gb
> usr 1.8 Gb
> home 2.3 Gb
> Q1: Is not too much 4.1 Gb for root? I upgraded my suse version many
> times is it possible that there are "leftover" in root?
> can I delete somet
> Thanks for help
Re Q1: Yes, it's too much.
BAINE:~ # cd /root
BAINE:~ # du -sh
I think there might be something rather odd in root -- something that should
not be there. What do you get as output for:
You'll have to log in as root to run this.
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