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My hard disk is full - how can I determine what's taking up space? [duplicate]

I have 20GB for my Mint-KDE 18 root partition. There is no extra home partition. I am doing nothing special, just Chrome, KRDC, Teamviewer and the partition was half empty. One thing I did was copying ...
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Redhat 6.6 root partition is showing 100% full after power failure [duplicate]

I'm running Redhat 6.6 and experienced a power failure over the holiday weekend. The / partition is showing 100% full. How do I check to see which files are actually causing the overusage? [root@...
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-bash: cannot create temp file for here-document: Permission denied [duplicate]

This error recently appeared on my Raspberry Pi. I get this error when I try to autocomplete folder paths. It won't autocomplete commands at all. I don't get this error when I'm logged in as root. ...
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How to see which directory occupy the most disk? [duplicate]

My disk is almost full, how can I know where takes away the most disk? Because yesterday the disk is enough for my System. [root@ha-node1 log]# df -lh Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted ...
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I have a 50GB server SSD and 40G ram, running Ubuntu, my tmpfs is taking 2 partitions of 15GB of my SSD? [duplicate]

How do I get some space back? I have no space. Edit: Clarification, I did run at least a few different Conda environments, could then be the source of this tmpfs files ? Filesystem Size Used ...
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How can my 6 TB hdd display as full while there's 3,4 TB of files on there? [duplicate]

How can my 6 TB hdd display as full while there's 3,4 TB of files on there? It says 0 bytes available for some reason.
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How can I install ncdu on Red Hat?

The answers provided to this question doesn't help. I'ved tried yum install ncdu But I'm getting No package ncdu available
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Cannot create temp file for here-document: Permission denied

[Note: This similar Q concerns the same bash error message. It's been marked a duplicate of this other Q. But because I found a very different source for this error, I will answer my own Q below.] ...
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What command would I use to find out how much total space my hard drive has left?

What's a single command I can run that shows me the total amount of space free on a hard drive? I don't want to do any math, I just want a command that shows me the total free space on my hard drive.
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Understanding where disk space has gone?

I am using Debian. df -h shows me that I'm using around 275GB: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on rootfs 315G 274G 26G 92% / udev ...
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Ubuntu 18.04, what is using my hard-disk space?

I recently installed Ubuntu 18.04 on my machine and installed all the regular stuff that I had put the 17.10 version. However, it seems like something is amiss as my Linux partition is showing ...
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Disk space on a logical volume

I received a warning that my root volume is running out of space. Indeed sudo ssm list gives me Volume Pool Volume size FS FS size Free Type Mount point ...
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How to troubleshoot disk is full

My disk drive /dev/sdc is full (see below). Is there anyway to troubleshoot why it consumed all the disk space. I have tried running du -d -h 1 but I don't think it's the proper command. $ df -h ...
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Has linux got some kind of monitoring or alerting infrastructure build into itself

In our company there are around 30 to 40 virtual linux machines. Every linux vm has maybe 3 partitions. And every now and then, somehow, a partition gets full and brings one or more applications to a ...
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What is taking up my disk space? [duplicate]

root@ubuntu:/home/user8# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on udev 16G 0 16G 0% /dev tmpfs 3.2G 218M 3.0G 7% ...

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