On Wed, 22 Jan 2003 10:11:02 -1000 (HST), Vincent Poy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > On Wed, 22 Jan 2003, Kirk R. Wythers wrote: > > > I just ran into a problem trying to install the 5.0 world. I thought I > > checked and had 30M free on / before I started this. However, after > > building, the world, building the kernel, installing the kernel, running > > mergemaster -p, I went to install the world and got the error 'out of > > space on /' > > > > I need to find some room, but I'm a little nervous about what I can rm. > > Here is what I'm looking at: > > > > 1) / partition is 79M, 64M are used (I was almost sure there was > > more room than that on / before I satarted). > > 2) /tmp is on it's own partition > > 3) du -h on subdirectories breakdown like this. > > a. 18M /boot > > b. 1.4M /etc > > c. 3.7M /kernel > > d. 3.9M /kern.GENERIC > > e. 6M /modules > > f. 21M /sbin > > g. 2.1M /stand > > > > as you can see that pretty much accounts for it. The rest of the stuff > > is pretty small. > > > > I need to know if I can delete any of this stuff and still successfully > > do a 'make installworld'? > >
> /modules can all be deleted since these are now in /boot > /sbin > /stand > should stay > You could also remove /stand, as most of it's functionality has been moved to the the /rescue directory. Also, make sure that Soft-Updates is turned off on your root directory. Because Soft-Updates doesn't immediately free the space on the drive. Scot _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"