its a backup of a different drive you mean or the /var partition of that
same drive?

Your backupusr partition is chubby - that would get my vote unless thats
the same physical drive your tryin to get a backup of..

On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, David Radovanovic wrote:

> Stephen,
> Since /backupvar is actually another drive and given my filesystem, where
> would you suggest?
> Thanks:)
> 
> David Radovanovic
> WhatsTheBigIdea.com, Inc.
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> 
> 
> [-----Original Message-----
> [From: Stephen Hovey [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 12:53 PM
> [To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [Subject: RE: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks filling up)
> [
> [
> [Your /backupvar is 73MB - over half of your root partition.  I owuld move
> [that to some other place
> [
> [On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, David Radovanovic wrote:
> [
> [> My file system loooks like this:
> [>
> [> name# du -kx / | sort -nr | head -20
> [>
> [> 127117  /
> [> 73658   /backupvar
> [> 73620   /backupvar/db
> [> 71522   /backupvar/db/mysql
> [> 18416   /root
> [> 17932   /root/.cpan
> [> 12228   /sbin
> [> 10944   /root/.cpan/build
> [> 5480    /modules.old
> [> 5480    /modules
> [> 4142    /root/.cpan/sources
> [> 4094    /bin
> [> 3390    /root/.cpan/sources/authors
> [> 3382    /backupvar/db/mysql/rsci2
> [> 3330    /root/.cpan/sources/authors/id
> [> 2918    /backupvar/db/mysql/rsci
> [> 2514    /root/.cpan/build/DBI-1.30
> [> 2198    /backupvar/db/mysql/oldhome
> [> 2176    /stand
> [> 1934    /backupvar/db/mysql/database1
> [>
> [>
> [> David Radovanovic
> [> WhatsTheBigIdea.com, Inc.
> [> -- Bright ideas for the Web!
> [> 249 Partition Street
> [> Saugerties, New York 12477
> [> (845) 247-0909, FAX: (845) 246-3880
> [> http://www.WhatsTheBigIdea.com
> [>
> [>
> [> [-----Original Message-----
> [> [From: Stephen Hovey [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [> [Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 12:31 PM
> [> [To: David Radovanovic
> [> [Subject: RE: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks filling up)
> [> [
> [> [
> [> [
> [> [You know what - my eyeball slid - sorry..
> [> [
> [> [The only way I could help here would be to look at the root to see
> [> [
> [> [Have you run a du to see if that doesnt flush out the disk hog spot?
> [> [
> [> [On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, David Radovanovic wrote:
> [> [
> [> [> Am I backing up the /backup files? Should I comment out the line:
> [> [> /usr/local/bin/rsync -avx --delete --stats / /backup/ in the
> [> [script? Maybe I
> [> [> don't understand FreeBSD's filesystem though you can see that
> [> [/backup is a
> [> [> separate 20 gig drive. Thanks for your time :)
> [> [>
> [> [> David Radovanovic
> [> [> WhatsTheBigIdea.com, Inc.
> [> [> -- Bright ideas for the Web!
> [> [> 249 Partition Street
> [> [> Saugerties, New York 12477
> [> [> (845) 247-0909, FAX: (845) 246-3880
> [> [> http://www.WhatsTheBigIdea.com
> [> [>
> [> [>
> [> [> [-----Original Message-----
> [> [> [From: Stephen Hovey [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [> [> [Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 12:15 PM
> [> [> [To: David Radovanovic
> [> [> [Subject: RE: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks filling up)
> [> [> [
> [> [> [
> [> [> [
> [> [> [Your root partitions and your /backup are the same - so your
> [> [backing up to
> [> [> [overflowing.
> [> [> [
> [> [> [On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, David Radovanovic wrote:
> [> [> [
> [> [> [> Hello,
> [> [> [> Searched everywhere which lead me to a prior posting about
> [a similar
> [> [> [> problem. My file system is filling up again, but in different
> [> [places. I
> [> [> [> initiated a rscync script that runs via cron which
> [> [coincidently ran just
> [> [> [> before my system filling up. I'm sure the answer is obvious
> [> [to anyone but
> [> [> [> myself. Any help would help divert my disaster. Thanks. My system:
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [> Filesystem  1K-blocks    Used    Avail Capacity  Mounted on
> [> [> [> /dev/ad0s1a    128990  127118    -8446   107%    /
> [> [> [> /dev/ad0s1f    257998     118   237242     0%    /tmp
> [> [> [> /dev/ad0s1g   9092908 2060994  6304482    25%    /usr
> [> [> [> /dev/ad0s1e    257998   83548   153812    35%    /var
> [> [> [> /dev/ad2s1a    128990       2   118670     0%    /backup
> [> [> [> /dev/ad2s1f    257998       2   237358     0%    /backuptmp
> [> [> [> /dev/ad2s1g  18028798 2083266 14503230    13%    /backupusr
> [> [> [> /dev/ad2s1e    257998       2   237358     0%    /backuptmp
> [> [> [> procfs              4       4        0   100%    /proc
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [> The script in question:
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [> #!/bin/sh
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [> /usr/local/bin/rsync -avx --delete --stats / /backup/
> [> [> [> /usr/local/bin/rsync -av --delete --stats --exclude=/run/ /var/
> [> [> [/backupvar/
> [> [> [> /usr/local/bin/rsync -av --delete --stats /usr/ /backupusr/
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [> Thanks again for any help.
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [> David Radovanovic
> [> [> [> WhatsTheBigIdea.com, Inc.
> [> [> [> -- Bright ideas for the Web!
> [> [> [> 249 Partition Street
> [> [> [> Saugerties, New York 12477
> [> [> [> (845) 247-0909, FAX: (845) 246-3880
> [> [> [> http://www.WhatsTheBigIdea.com
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [>
> [> [> [> [-----Original Message-----
> [> [> [> [From: David Radovanovic [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [> [> [> [Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 8:57 AM
> [> [> [> [To: Giorgos Keramidas; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [> [> [> [Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [> [> [> [Subject: RE: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks fillin up)
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [If I'm reading this right the most suspictious culprit in /dev:
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [-rw-r--r--   1 root    wheel     68960256 Feb  9 04:04 st0
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [Any ideas?
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [As far as CPAN is concerned, should I delete the files or
> [> [> [create a symlink
> [> [> [> [like you, to another partition with more space?
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [Thanks for your time, I appreciate it :)
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [David Radovanovic
> [> [> [> [WhatsTheBigIdea.com, Inc.
> [> [> [> [-- Bright ideas for the Web!
> [> [> [> [249 Partition Street
> [> [> [> [Saugerties, New York 12477
> [> [> [> [(845) 247-0909, FAX: (845) 246-3880
> [> [> [> [http://www.WhatsTheBigIdea.com
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [
> [> [> [> [[-----Original Message-----
> [> [> [> [[From: Giorgos Keramidas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [> [> [> [[Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 8:22 AM
> [> [> [> [[To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [> [> [> [[Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [> [> [> [[Subject: Re: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks fillin up)
> [> [> [> [[
> [> [> [> [[
> [> [> [> [[Please don't remove the Cc: of the list when replying.
> [I might not
> [> [> [> [[know the answer, or be too busy to read mail.  If you
> [Cc: the list
> [> [> [> [[too, someone else will have a change to reply too.
> [Probably faster
> [> [> [> [[than me.
> [> [> [> [[
> [> [> [> [[On 2003-02-13 07:19, David Radovanovic
> [> [> [> [[<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> [> [> [> [[> [Giorgos Keramidas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> [> [> [> [[> [
> [> [> [> [[> [Start with:
> [> [> [> [[> [
> [> [> [> [[> [        rsc-web1# du -kx / | sort -nr | head -20
> [> [> [> [[> [
> [> [> [> [[> [This will print the top-20 space consumers of your /
> [filesystem.
> [> [> [> [[> [What's the output of this command on your system?
> [> [> [> [[>
> [> [> [> [[> rsc-web1# du -kx / | sort -nr | head -20
> [> [> [> [[> 120903  /
> [> [> [> [[> 67460   /dev
> [> [> [> [[
> [> [> [> [[This looks odd.  Half of your / space is in /dev!  Look
> [in /dev with
> [> [> [> [[`ls -l' and see which part of /dev takes up so much space.
> [> [> [> [[
> [> [> [> [[> 18464   /root
> [> [> [> [[> 17988   /root/.cpan
> [> [> [> [[
> [> [> [> [[CPAN crap.  This is why I don't use cpan at home, and if I
> [> [absolutely
> [> [> [> [[have to use it, I symlink /root/.cpan -> /home/giorgos/.cpan :-(
> [> [> [> [[
> [> [> [> [[> 12228   /sbin
> [> [> [> [[> 10944   /root/.cpan/build
> [> [> [> [[> 5480    /modules.old
> [> [> [> [[> 5480    /modules
> [> [> [> [[> 4198    /root/.cpan/sources
> [> [> [> [[> 4094    /bin
> [> [> [> [[> 3446    /root/.cpan/sources/authors
> [> [> [> [[> 3328    /root/.cpan/sources/authors/id
> [> [> [> [[> 2514    /root/.cpan/build/DBI-1.30
> [> [> [> [[> 2176    /stand
> [> [> [> [[> 1256    /root/.cpan/sources/authors/id/J
> [> [> [> [[> 1246    /root/.cpan/build/DBI-1.30/blib
> [> [> [> [[> 1232    /etc
> [> [> [> [[> 1134    /root/.cpan/build/Class-MakeMethods-1.005
> [> [> [> [[> 966     /root/.cpan/sources/authors/id/J/JC
> [> [> [> [[> 964     /root/.cpan/sources/authors/id/J/JC/JCRISTY
> [> [> [> [[
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