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Hi There, My ISP only installed 4 gigs of hard drive space on my managed server, only found out about this recently, :0 -- anyway I'm a bit above newby ...
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- 09-08-2004 #1
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hard drive getting too full
My ISP only installed 4 gigs of hard drive space on my managed server, only found out about this recently, :0 -- anyway I'm a bit above newby but some of the concepts I've searched and didnt find the answer:
1. how can I find the disk capacity of a folder and all of its subfolders using a bash shell?
1b. how can I find out the most recent access time for ANY file in a given directory (to determine freshness)?
2. for the time being, may I delete the following files:
3. can I delete
This would get me started on taking this situation back from the dogs. Any other tips would be greatly appreciated.
- 09-08-2004 #2
du -h /etc
find /path -ctime -x
3) That file looks, again, like it my break your system by not having it. But once again, I'm not sure why due to lack of time to research.
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