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I'm using vim to code with quite a few plugins and it seems that over a few hours something vim is calling is writing my disk full (I have 102 GB free space currently, before closing vim I had 0 space left). The thing is, that if I do du -h --max-depth=1 in / and add all the folders it seems I should have at least 90 GB of free space. How do I find out what files are being written that take up so much space? Is a temporary file not being deleted properly?

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Program lsof can be used to determine open files by a process. To list files open by vim:

lsof -c vim

(end output with C-C). Other than that, ncdu offers a convenient TUI to visualize disk usage, and

vim -u NORC

starts vim without loading plugins.

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