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comment Ubuntu “No space left on device” for /home, df shows 100% full, ds shows much, much less
This may well have been it. There were some very large log files related to this. I've just rebooted the machine and df -h now shows more what I'd expect. Since things are now fine I can't be sure of the cause. I expect this issue may arise again in a couple of weeks. I'll mark this as the accepted answer then if that's the cause.
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comment Ubuntu “No space left on device” for /home, df shows 100% full, ds shows much, much less
@AxelKnauf: thanks for the suggestion, I've updated the question with these details
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comment Upgrade coreutils on CentOS 4.8 server
Thanks - I'll give this a go before long.
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comment Upgrade coreutils on CentOS 4.8 server
Brilliant - an excellent option for getting the newer dd without disturbing the current coreutils binaries. I agree that playing with coreutils is a risky process!
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