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Server Disk Space Calculation - Errors No such file or directory [closed]

When i do a du -h --max-depth=1 in my server i get following errors coming up, du: cannot access `./proc/13379/task/13379/fd/4': No such file or directory du: cannot access ...
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0answers
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Ubuntu Server - Disk Space is full! Urgent help please [duplicate]

I see that my website is down due to full diskspace. I don't really use much diskspace, lets say maximum 50gb. My server has 1.4tb diskspace, how how did it became full? I really need help, thank you ...
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2answers
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No more diskspace on server [duplicate]

after some wrong php code was exceuted on one of our servers, which tried to open up a file which didn't exist, we ended up with huge apache log files which weren't configured yet to rotate. We just ...
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3answers
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Map linux folders by size

I have AWS linux instance, Currently there are many folders in the instance. I would like to map all the folders and their size, so i could come back in 1 month and check which folder occupy high ...
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2answers
488 views

Linux disk usage analyser that acts like symlinks are real files

I am using git-annex, an extension to the DVCS git, which is designed for handling large files. It makes heavy use of symlinks. The actual large files are moved to the .git/annex directory and the ...
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4answers
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Calculating total file size by extension in shell

We have a set of directories containing lucene indexes. Each index is a mix of different file types (differentiated by extension) eg: 0/index/_2z6.frq 0/index/_2z6.fnm .. 1/index/_1sq.frq ...
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4answers
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Best way to prevent the root system filling up when a mount fails?

We have an internal web server (virtualized, hosting ReviewBoard, but not super relevant) and we have a relatively consistent failure mode with failed NFS mounts causing / to fill up. Distro is Ubuntu ...
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3answers
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disk space overhead in ext4

I'd like to know if there's some rule (or formula) I can apply to find out how much of disk space will be used by the filesystem in an ext4 partition. for example, in a partition of 100 GB, how much ...
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7answers
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df in linux not showing correct free space after file removal

I have file servers which are used to store files. Files might reside there for a week, or for a year. Unfortunately, when I remove files from the server, df command doesnt reflect the freed up space, ...
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2answers
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Why is the total size of my files on Windows 7 more than total disk size?

I have a virtual machine with Windows 7 x64 quest OS. When I boot from PE OS CD and run file manager (Total Commander) I see that the total size of my files on virtual machine is more than total disk ...
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2answers
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df shows negative values for used

Hey everyone, first question around here. I have a centos 5.2 server and running df -h i get this: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00 ...
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A space-efficient guest filesystem for grow-as-needed virtual disks?

A common practice is to use non-preallocated virtual disks. Since they only grow as needed, it makes them perfect for fast backup, overallocation and creation speed. Since file systems are usually ...
3
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4answers
457 views

Out of disk space on 4GB partiton yet it's only using 2GB

I'm running Ubuntu and have had a problem where the root partition has run out of disk space. When I perform df -h I get the following: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on ...
2
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1answer
157 views

how to use our existing mac pros as distributed storage?

I work in a lab that has to support some fairly processor-intensive user applications but basically has no need for local disk storage because we don't guarantee any kind of data persistence. However, ...
3
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3answers
2k views

Lazy disk backup for a ramdisk on Linux?

Quick and dirty summary: I want something like a write cache that drains only when the system isn't busy. I want something along the lines of this question ...
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4answers
268 views

What's a programme that cron's like mlocate, reads like htop and shows me my filesystem usage?

Pertinent to this question I just asked Find files taking up 80% of the space on a Linux Webserver I think a programme like this would be excellent. Up to date info about files & folders on the ...
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4answers
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Missing space on /var partition?

One of our server admins asked me to take a look at this, and I am stumped - our /var partition is full, however I cannot seem to determine where the space has gone. The following is the output of ...