atop on a orangePi/RaspberryPi with only 40MB for
It quickly filled my partition to 100%, I then purged it
apt purge atop to remove it and its configuration files.
atopbinary doesn't exist
- its file in
- no systemd service called
Nevertheless, after a reboot, the
/var/log/atop folder comes back full with the old atop files.
- How can I completely remove it for good?
$ ls /var/log/atop/ atop_20200822 atop_20200826 atop_20200830 atop_20200903 atop_20200907 atop_20200911 atop_20200915 atop_20200919 atop_20200823 atop_20200827 atop_20200831 atop_20200904 atop_20200908 atop_20200912 atop_20200916 atop_20200920 atop_20200824 atop_20200828 atop_20200901 atop_20200905 atop_20200909 atop_20200913 atop_20200917 atop_20200921 atop_20200825 atop_20200829 atop_20200902 atop_20200906 atop_20200910 atop_20200914 atop_20200918 atop_20200922
I removed atop on
2020/09/22, the last file. And it regenerates the same folder with the same files again and again after each reboot.
atop folders and files:
# find . -type d -name *atop* ./usr/share/doc/libatopology2 ./var/log.hdd/atop ./var/log/atop ./var/cache/atop.d # find . -type f -name *atop* ./usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libatopology.so.2.0.0 ./var/log.hdd/atop/atop_20200913 ... ./var/log.hdd/atop/atop_20200906 ./var/log/atop/atop_20200830 ... ./var/log/atop/atop_20200826 ./var/cache/atop.d/atop.acct ./var/lib/dpkg/info/libatopology2:armhf.symbols ./var/lib/dpkg/info/libatopology2:armhf.md5sums ./var/lib/dpkg/info/libatopology2:armhf.list ./var/lib/dpkg/info/libatopology2:armhf.triggers ./var/lib/dpkg/info/libatopology2:armhf.shlibs