Am Mittwoch, 21. September 2011 schrieb lina:
> To avoid messing up Lisi's post, I started a new one.
> What's the acceptable saturation for the / partition,
> now my one reached 61% (377M of 658, wheezy),
> another reached 87% (483M of 657M, sid)
> only saw it increases, never saw it decreases.
> I followed Camaleón's suggestion, the output of
> cd /
> du -h | grep "[0-9]M" | sort -n -r | less
> the first few ones even reached hundreds of M.
> the output of du -h is 34G
I think is all depends on your setup and partition layout. I also try to
have at least 10% free on any partition or logical volume. Filesystems
require some free space to reduce fragmentation.
For further advice I´d like to know the following in full:
1) merkaba:~> du -sh /* 2>/dev/null | egrep "[0-9](M|G)" | sort -r --sort
merkaba:~> sort -r --sort=h /tmp/sizes
(now isn´t --sort=h cool? Just found out about it a moment ago as I
searched a solution to sort the G and the M´s as well.)
2) merkaba:~> LANG=C df -hT | grep -v tmpfs
Filesystem Type Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/merkaba-debian btrfs 19G 13G 2.2G 85% /
/dev/sda3 ext4 277M 32M 232M 12% /boot
/dev/sda2 vfat 189M 9.5M 179M 6% /boot/efi
/dev/mapper/merkaba-home ext4 221G 190G 29G 87% /home
(minus anything that you want to keep private to you of course, you can
skip LANG=C if your system is english language)
Oh and yes... That Btrfs / partition could use some enlargement
. Or I
seperate /var. Or deinstall something. Some help here:
- aptitude (look for obsolete and locally installed packages)
And no, EFI does not work on that ThinkPad T520 yet.
Neither does GPT.
Martin 'Helios' Steigerwald - http://www.Lichtvoll.de
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