Em Sex, 2006-05-26 às 13:08 -0300, Vinicius de Azevedo escreveu:

> pode dar fim no /usr/ports.
> tive um problema estranho uma vez com espaço em disco utilizado,
>  8% a mais de meu / tinha sido ocupado.
>  como eu não tinha muito "saco"  e era iniciante, formatei o bagulho todo.
>  era um 6.0-release.
> 
> []s.
> 
> -------------------------mU

http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/ports-using.html

4.5.5 Ports and Disk Space
Using the Ports Collection will use up disk space over time. After
building and installing software from the ports, you should always
remember to clean up the temporary work directories using the make clean
command. You can sweep the whole Ports Collection with the following
command:

# portsclean -C

You will accumulate a lot of old source distribution files in the
distfiles directory over time. You can remove them by hand, or you can
use the following command to delete all the distfiles that are no longer
referenced by any ports:

# portsclean -D
        Note: The portsclean utility is part of the portupgrade suite.
        

Do not forget to remove the installed ports once you no longer need
them. A nice tool to help automate this task is available from the
sysutils/pkg_cutleaves port.



-- 
Marcello Costa
BSD System Engineer
unixmafia at yahoo dot com dot br


                
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