Eugen Konkov wrote: > > how to find which process take space? > > You might want to look at fstat and lsof. fstat is in system while lsof is an add-on third party port. Keep in mind that when you do find the space you are looking for it will be held 'open' as an open file in the file system as long as the process is running. During normal operations you can shut down the process and release the space so it can be deleted. This is relatively straightforward as long as everything is 'normal'. The more difficult position arises when a process has behaved abnormally, including going zombie, crashing, etc. With the 'abnormal' there can be a chance that even though the process is gone you may encounter difficulty trying to delete/recover the space because the file system still considers it an open file.
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