How do I get Linux to recalculate disk space?
My root filesystem was full. It isn't anymore.
However, when I boot the sytem,
Root filesystem has insufficient free space is logged. Other error messages indicate the same problem. Moreover,
df reports that the root partition is still full. So does
df on a live distro.
I'm open to any solution. I can do with the box whatever I want.
Distro: Debian Wheezy.
The problem is gone and I cannot explain why. All I did was copying about 100GB from to another disk. Now, any indication of a filled up root filesystem is gone. I would really like to give more to the community, but I simply cannot determine the solution.