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[ale] before I replace this drive?



Since you have nearly a G left on /home, moving stuff to a new directory
and them symlinking will solve the space problem at least temporarily.
It just gets hard to keep moving stuff around :)

If you can afford an additional hard drive, stick it in and make it
/home. Then give all the old home space to /usr

On Mon, 2002-03-18 at 11:03, Randolph C. Karrh wrote:
> Greetings :
> 
> I need a little advice.
> 
> 1. os : redhat 7.0 
> 2: 128 mbs sdram
> 3:  df  produces
> Filesystem           1k-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
> /dev/hda6               256667     92519    150896  39% /
> /dev/hda1                23302      2476     19623  12% /boot
> /dev/hda5              2648556   1521128    992888  61% /home
> /dev/hda9              1035660    964120     18932  99% /usr
> /dev/hda8              1873740   1306268    472292  74% /var
> 
> 4: amd 450 k6
> 
>  
> As you can see /usr is running out of space,  Should I replace the drive or should mv the largest 
> directory in /usr to another partitions and then symbolically link the original? On the last question will it work?
> 
> thanks,
> Randy 
> 
> 
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