I have a problem. I run out of disk space all the time. I don't know exactly what files consume all the space. It seems that there are bunch of little files, so it's hard to find with
du command. Every time I find something to get rid of to gain some free space (mails, logs, old archives and rpms), disk is full again after some time. Space is stolen from system partition (/). Results of
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 4061540 3848404 3492 100% / /dev/sda3 4061572 2441348 1410576 64% /home tmpfs 517636 0 517636 0% /dev/shm /dev/sdb1 10317828 1894904 7898808 20% /var/lib/mysql
What would you recommend in this situation?
It would be great if you can also enumerate a list of cases when you encounter excessive or unexpected space consumption. It might help to resolve problem
OS: CentOS 5.