What does size of a directory mean in output of ls -l command?
I had a problem (new to me) last week. I have a ext4 (Fedora 15) filesystem. The application that runs on the server suddenly stopped. I couldn't find the problem at first look. df showed 50% ...
How can I find out the size of a block device, such as /dev/sda? Running ls -l gives no useful information.
When I'm using the command "df -h" I'm having the following output : Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/fedora-root 20G 9,4G 8,8G 52% / devtmpfs ...
Is there any way to keep file size of log file fixed without rotating it by a new empty file and deleting (or archiving) the old file. For example, if I set log file maximum size to 1MB, after the ...
Assume there's an image storage directory, say, ./photos/john_doe, within which there are multiple subdirectories, where many certain files reside (say, *.jpg). How can I calculate a summary size of ...
How can I limit the size of a log file written with >> to 200MB? $ run_program >> myprogram.log
Today I found an "empty" directory with a size of 4MB. It had no visible contents, so I tried ls -lah. This showed me some hidden files (not very large). Searching for the reason why the directory ...
I want to create a custom Language, with its own custom Syntax Highlighting. Notepad++ (a Windows SciTe/Scintilla based Text-editor), allowed me to create a custom "Language", and now, in Linux, I ...
I have seen some tutorials on extending an LVM2 logical volume. None of them instruct you to unmount the filesystem. They claim that you can extend an LVM volume while it is in use. Is this right?
Is there any locking on the content, imposed by the process if at all the process is using the file. We host a JBoss app server on a RHEL 6.4 OS and due to the disk space constraints we have decided ...
I just installed Fedora 19 on a VirtualBox and when I started it for the first time it only allowed the screen resolution 1024x768 After some research I managed to install the guest additions and I ...