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revised How to increase disk space in root?
Added part of solution given in comments to actual answer.
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@jj282890 : nothing wrong w/ gparted, but it's horses for courses. If you are happy to have an ever growing log and keep adding disk to accommodate it, by all means ;} ... I'd have log rotation and try to find out why it's growing at the rate it's growing
Feb
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comment not getting full network speed (or even close) of 100 mbps
Heh .. glad I helped ;}
Feb
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revised Split string into array and print each element on a new line with commandline
Incorporated costa's suggestion
Feb
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revised Split string into array and print each element on a new line with commandline
removed spurious $i
Feb
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comment Split string into array and print each element on a new line with commandline
good question; purious (from OPs incantation). will delete :)
Feb
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answered Split string into array and print each element on a new line with commandline
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@user3566929 ... if you have ever growing data (be it data, logs, or dump files) anything is just mitigation. An ever growing error file on a dev box does not surprise me in the least, though. P.S.: Your answer was later than the comments above. ;}
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@user3566929 : keep reading the comments to my answer ;} Looks to me like logrotate is blissfully unaware of that file ..
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@user3566929 : 6th comment to Zul's answer, and 3rd comment to mine... also var had used up 14GB of the 50 (not accounting for the log file), so moving the database seems ... ummm ... hasty, to say the least.
Feb
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comment not getting full network speed (or even close) of 100 mbps
Maybe your suboptimal throughput is CPU bound, then?
Feb
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comment not getting full network speed (or even close) of 100 mbps
What's the CPU load on the embedded device while you do this?
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@user3566929 Are you kidding? A log file held > 60% of the disk-space in / and you suggest moving data base files around?
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
Whoever set the machine up failed to implement log rotation. So yes, in this case it's temporary. But extending filesystems (shuffling disk about) won't make it go away, it will just postpone it. Implement log rotation. :}
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
That's surprising. Can you check what the parent process of the php-process was that held the file? See if you can restart that instead.
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@Joey2890: you could always copy & paste text instead of images ;} And how did the nginx restart go? Did the missing space resurface?
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@Joey2890, you need to stop replacing your screenshots ... add new ones; you're not making it easy on people trying to help you if you keep changing the available evidence...
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@Joey2890: restart; reload doesn't hang-up running processes, it just fetches configuration options. Downside is that active sessions to the web-service will drop.
Feb
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answered How to increase disk space in root?
Feb
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comment How to increase disk space in root?
@Joey2890 : well that looks like a rather fat file there :} if you can: restarting the web-service you're running on that box will clear a ton of space. Or rebooting the box if it's just YOUR dev box and you don't want to try to restart the service individually...