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Elasticsearch is using way too much disk space

I have a CentOS 6.5 server on which I installed Elasticsearch 1.3.2. My elasticsearch.yml configuration file is a minimal modification of the one shipping with elasticsearch as a default. Once ...
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How can I monitor disk usage / growth on Windows Server 2008

I would like to monitor the file growth on my server, I want to be able to see how much data is being taken up over time. This way I can calculate when to upgrade disk space or budget for new ...
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Hide df usage from chroot user

I've setup a chroot jail for some users and that is running fine. I want them to be able to use the df command (I'm using a modified etc/mtab file inside their chroot with just "/" specified) but I ...
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Inconsistency between “du -sh” and “df -h” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: du vs. df difference I am running a server with Debian stable. If I call: df -h this is the result I get: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on ...
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Ubuntu server 12.04 having 7GB disk usage discrepancy

I did a fresh install of ubuntu server 12.04 as a KVM virtual guest. I used a kickstart file to automate the installation, I've included the command to create the guest as well as the partitioning ...
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Can't find disk usage in one directory

Similar questions are asked frequently but no suggested answers solved my issue. I have some disk space usage that I can't find as well. In df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% ...
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Windirstat equivalent daemon for Linux server? [closed]

Is there a daemon-type application for Linux, that runs in the background, periodically maintaining a windirstat-type picture of the file system? Ideally it would have its own web interface, but I ...
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What kind of Windows-based “process accounting” software is available?

Linux has pacct and kernel-based processing. What equivalents are available for Windows? I am aware (and use/recommend) of Process Explorer, but that only tracks real-time stats, with non-portable ...
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How can I determine what is taking up so much space?

I was using df -h to print out human readable disk usage. I would like to figure out what is taking up so much space. For instance, is there a way to pipe this command so that it prints out files that ...
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Is there a Windows equivalent to the Unix du command? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: What are good tools to show disk usage (for Windows)? How to determine a disk consuming service in Windows 2008 server? I am troubleshooting performance on a PC with ...
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free disk vs available disk

what is the difference between available and free disk space? see image below: http://alvarberglind.se/disk.png
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Munin “Disk usage” is too high?

I've recently installed munin on my VMware client server and saw that the Disk usage shows about 80-90%. Everything else (cpu load, ram, etc.) seems to be running fine. I have only two virtual hosts ...
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How to see disk usage with less overhead in bash?

du -csh / The above will take huge amount of time to calculate,is there a way to see the less accurate result with less overhead? UPDATE What I want to know is the total size under a specific ...
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Disk usage per user in Linux / Unix

I need to find out how much disk space is being occupied by each user on the network. I am aware of df and du commands: I could list the entire filesystem and AWK the output, but I wonder if there is ...
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Heavy disk usage at Vista boot

This is what happened: I attached an external hard disk via USB Started my Vista machine It took an unusual long time too boot up with lots of hard disk work I eventually logged in Internal system ...
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Solaris du --max-depth Equivalent

I would like to do the Linux equivalent of du --max-depth=1 on Solaris. I cannot find an equivalent in the man pages. Any alternatives?
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How do I limit filesystem disk usage per user?

I have an ubuntu server. With a ext3 formatted filesystem. How can I limit a certain user to only be able to use X MB of disk space?
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Find largest directories/files recursively

I'm looking for a script/program which will display the top x largest directories/files and then descend into those folders and display the x largest directories/files for a configurable depth. 231MB ...