Space is being consumed too fast? Find where!
Feb 16, 2010, 17:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Edmund Carmona)
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[ Thanks to Edmundo
for this link. ]
"You've found hat some process (don't know which) is
eating up too much space too fast in one of your partitions and
don't know where? Just yesterday I found a simple way to figure it
"Suppose you want to check the partition where you have /home
(which is in a separate partition from /, right?) where space is
been eaten up too fast.
"Run this simple command:"
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