[CentOS] Interesting problem

Thu Feb 2 04:23:47 UTC 2006
William Warren <hescominsoon at emmanuelcomputerconsulting.com>

aha..using that tip i found a huge file.  It turns out he had turned on 
some kind of bandwidth monitoring w/o turning on log rotation..:)  I 
have killed the logging..<G>  Thanks for the tip.

Jim Wildman wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Feb 2006, William Warren wrote:
>> A friend's machine just had his / partition goto zero percent free. 
>> This is an ext3 partition.  Not an hour ago he had over 5 gigs free on 
>> an 8 gig partition.  Any ideas where to look? The logs don't show 
>> anything unusual.
> find / -size +10M | xargs ls -l > big.files
> Adjust as needed.  start from / to catch log files, etc in the
> 'wrong' place.
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