Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> 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
I asume he is talking about the root directory / not the directory for
This is what I have:
houghi@penne : df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/hdf1 11G 3.7G 6.4G 37% /
tmpfs 506M 12K 506M 1% /dev/shm
/dev/hdf2 21G 16G 4.2G 80% /home
/dev/hdf3 121G 49G 66G 43% /media/data
/dev/hdb1 39G 5.3G 33G 14% /media/second
At least those are the partitions that are mounted. It all very much
depends on what you have on your machine. A lot that is with me on /home
should be on /media. I have no stuff installed to compile, so / will be
a bit more empty.
As long as I have enough space, I don't really look at it. A place to
start looking could be /var/log and if you have no purpose for them,
remove the gz files.
Another thing you could try is looking for installed files you never
use. Note that installed files only take up space, they don't slow your
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