I asked similar question in superuser, no satisfying answer. Re-post here with some update.
I mount a remote host to my system during debug because the source code is on that host, but after I do the mount, I keep receiving the warning message:
Broadcast message from root@<the remote host> (Mon Feb 1 10:59:03 2016): Disk partition /src_host has only 5% free
/src_host is the mount point at my host.
It is very disruptive as it shows up every 2 minutes.
I tried "mesg n" command, but it does not help. My suspicion is I log in my host as "root" and the warning message is sent from "root" also.
I cannot change the remote host, only change the local host.
The only thing I can think of is, create a new user at the local host and log in as that user. Not done that before. Like to avoid the hassle if possible.
Any help is appreciated.