On Mar 13, 2008, at 1:36 PM, Ghirai wrote:
Here's the output (removed a couple other < 100KiB ):

[ ... ]
121M    /boot
118K    /etc/periodic
116K    /etc/defaults
112M    /boot/kernel

/tmp is ~2MiB.

Atm. i have no clue how df reports 454M used...

Your kernel tree is huge-- on a 6.x system, that's normally around 25MB. If you have a /boot/kernel.old, you can delete that, but you should double-check whether you've specified non-default compiler flags or something which might cause this. Also, if you've deleted things like old logfiles without restarting the daemons or syslogd, you might want to reboot and then recheck the disk usage...

--
-Chuck

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