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How can I set quotas (space limitation) for samba users?

I configured samba server in CentOS 6. It will be working fine. The windows users share the files through samba. I want to set space limitation for samba users.
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How to know free disk size witout df command? [closed]

Is it possible to check free disk size in Linux without using command lines such as df? Since my host machine is embedded Linux, there are no direct command lines that show free disk size.
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29GB Log File on Linux Mint on a 38GB Partition

Had a low-space warning, Google'd the problem (had 1.8GB free at the time), found topics about running $ sudo du -x -d1 -h /var | sort -hr and I did: 30G /var 29G /var/log 353M /var/cache ...
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Disk full on a server with a large /home partition

I've just got this CentOS Server but I think I've set it up wrong as I can only upload a few GB then I start getting errors, It should have ~1TB. this is the results of lsblk [root@ns4005990 ~]# ...
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How to find the true disk usage on my Linux box?

I have a linux box on my school's server. When I was trying to install Protocol Buffers, disk usage is reported as exceeded. So I checked my disk usage by two command on my home directory: du -h ...
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Disk is almost full on a server with CPanel

I have VHM system and I have a domain and two subdomain on this system. I tried to take a backup than after sometime I cannot access cpanel but I can access VHM. but some of the VHM options gives disk ...
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Harddrive remaining space does not compute

I have a server which has a handful of services (Apache, MySQL, DNS, Nagios), and have been having issues with the harddrive filling up. Upon further review, I noticed that the percentage used ...
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How to get directories and and subdirectories count fastest way?

I want to get the number of directories and sub directories.I tried following command which takes very long time . I tried waiting about an hour to finish the command. commands I used $ find . -type ...
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Equivalent of the Solaris “df -t” command on Linux?

The df -t command on Linux does not display the number of files like it does on Solaris. Is there any equivalent command on Linux? My script is like this for i in /opt/aa /opt/aa/data /opt/aa/bb; ...
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What is the /dev/disk/by-uuid/ and why does it use all free space on the disk

I have the following Debian that works in Virtual Box: $ uname -a Linux debian 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.51-1 x86_64 GNU/Linux Recently I notice that I don't have any free space: $ df ...
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Why is /dev full?

The /dev.. is full: SERVER:/dev # df -mP /dev Filesystem 1048576-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on udev 12042 12042 0 100% /dev There is no ...
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How to monitor per user disk usage in Linux

I have local disk with 2T capacity attached to a host. Nearly 60 user home directories are stored on this disk. Currently no disk quotas are enabled. I need monitor the disk usage of individual ...
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du on ramdisk displays 3GB less than df

I understand there's often a some discrepancy between du and df but when I du my ramdisk it occupies 13G, whereas df shows it's using 16GB. This seems quite a big difference. Is this normal? ...
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No Space left on device - Debian

when Im new to linux and try to run this below code apt-get -f install getting below error: Checking the available space df Tho output How to increase the available space in /usr path?
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What's the difference between fdisk -l and df -h?

In my ubuntu system, I want to have a look about my system disk info. When I use fdisk -l without sudo, I get nothing. But with sudo fdisk -l, I only get a device /dev/sda1, but when I use df -h, I ...
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the difference in used hard drive space as shown by df and du is HUGE!

It seems that du discounts the #open files when calculating the disk usage, and this hit me when I saw that df is showing 100% usage, while du says only 40% is in use. when i looked up on this, i ...
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Is there any way to check df -k hanging for nfs mount issues?

I am trying to write a script for such failure scenarios. In a scenario where maybe, if remote connection is lost, df waits for the remote server to respond (looks like df is hanging). I know I could ...
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file size shown by “du -k” is different in different file systems (PRAMFS and FLASH)

I have a file "xyz.log" which is of size 1.72MB In FLASH file system : If I run du -k xyz.log output is 1761 xyz.log. I copied the same file to RAM storage and run the du -k xyz.log output is 221 ...
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What stuff can be safely removed for disk space sake?

I am using Scientific Linux. So is there any stuff that can be safely removed from disk except /tmp?
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Updating disk free size without rebooting the host

I use RHEL4 with LVM2 on it. At times even after removing large files more that a GB the partition size is not getting updated when is see using df command. -bash-3.00$ df -h Filesystem ...
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Any command to view the file system internal fragmentation size under a directory?

If the block size of a file system is 4KB, then for a 1KB file, 3KB space(which is internal fragmentation) is wasted. So, under a directory, is there any command to summarize how much disk space is ...
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Why is my rootfs filling up so fast?

I'm trying out Linux by installing openSUSE 12.2 x64 on VirtualBox; the host is 64 bit Windows 7 Ultimate. I gave the install 16GB of storage - I will only be messing around with it - I thought this ...
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Why do I get 3048 MB from a 64 MB flash memory?

I have a Linux based STB (set-top-box) and it features a 64 MB flash memory and 256 MB of RAM. I wanted to take a backup of some of my settings before I flash it with another image, but I wasn't sure ...
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1answer
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Expanding a partition in Ubuntu

This is what GParted displays about my partitions. And this is the output from df: Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 61409452 4503052 53786836 8% / udev ...
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How does this directory use so much space

Unix is not my native language and I'm getting confused by their concept of filesystems. When I look at my free space I see: /$ df -kh Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on ...
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From df device name to physical drive name (vendor / type)

Seeing the device name by df, is it somehow possible to resolve it to the physical drive name such as vendor / type. /dev/sda3 915.4G 34.9G 880.0G 4% /share/HDA_DATA /dev/sdd3 ...
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Finding files that use the most disk space

Is it possible to list the largest files on my hard drive? I frequently use df -H to display my disk usage, but this only gives the percentage full, GBs remaining, etc. I do a lot of data-intensive ...
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ext4 used space (not -m option, not deleted files)

I'm a bit puzzled about the way ext4 reports used space. On a new Debian wheezy (testing) installation, I consistently got about 1GB extra space used with a 60GB SSD, when compared to du. I then ...
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Why is my /home separate from /?

I was confused why I was getting out of space errors so I ran df and saw this: [me@fedlap /]$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on rootfs 43G ...
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1answer
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Getting info about a Virtual file system

I have created a Virtual ext3 partition on a armv7 machine with: dd if=/dev/zero of=./system.img bs=1000000 count=200 mkfs.ext2 ./system.img tune2fs -j ./system.img Now I need to get info about ...
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/usr partition filled up, need to make it larger or mount it somewhere else

I have 160 GBhdd. I have ubuntu on about 30GB and Rest is PC-BSD 9.0. On PC-BSD, my /usr is about 11GB and that is all used up. I realize that when I try to install ubuntu inside VirtualBox. I need ...
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How to clean up my desktop?

Now, I see that my desktop running rhel 5.6 has run out of space. Now I need to clean it up. There must be some unintentional files adding up. What I would like to be able to do is list the files in ...
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GNU/Linux, IO performance problems

I have some problems with my system performance. As I was adviced here, I used sar: $sar -u 5 and found out that the problems are caused by a low HDD performance, as I supposed (high %iowait). ...
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Getting disk i/o statistics for single process in Linux

I need to monitor the I/O statistics of a process that writes to disk. The purpose is to avoid write rates too high for long periods. I know there's iostat tool to accomplish this task on a ...
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220 views

Managing disk space on servers

Are there any open source tools to view (and possibly restrict) disk usage per user? I need to track disk usage on a server by user.
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How can I fix linux disk without unmount it?

I had large file 200GB in my ext2 disk, then I deleted it(three are no files in Trash). And I haven't gained any free space. I don't want to use fsck as it requres me to unmount disk. I were windows ...
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Why is there a discrepancy in disk usage reported by df and du? [duplicate]

I have a Linux(CentOS) server, the OS+packages used around 5GB. Then, I transferred 97GB data from a Windows server to two folders on this Linux server, after calculated the disk usage, I see the ...
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How can I monitor disk I/O in a particular directory?

I've got a few processes with a known name that all write to files in a single directory. I'd like to log the number of disk block reads and writes over a period (not just file access) to test whether ...
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Need help with re-partitioning

First of all: I'm just a beginning Linux-User ;-) I've set up a server with OpenVZ support. I wrote a backup script that's dumping the vz containers from time to time. But some containers are not ...
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How to strip a Linux system?

I've been building a Linux distro, and I've stripped the binaries, etc. The system won't use GCC or development tools, as it will be a Chrome kiosk, so it would greatly help if I could strip down the ...