Running out of disk space!
decampos at gmail.com
Mon Jul 28 23:37:38 UTC 2008
On Mon, Jul 28, 2008 at 7:20 AM, pat decampos <decampos at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 27, 2008 at 9:41 PM, Dan Farrell <dan at spore.ath.cx> wrote:
>> On Sun, 27 Jul 2008 21:33:48 -0400
>> "pat decampos" <decampos at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Result of fdisk -l:
>> fdisk -l wasn't very interesting. Your ubuntu disk didn't show there,
>> so I deleted those sections. Read on.
>> > Result of df:
>> > Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
>> > /host/ubuntu/disks/root.disk
>> > 6782016 6440372 0 100% /
>> ... irrelevance snipped ...
>> > /dev/sdb1 36138184 10590044 25548140 30% /media/win
>> > /dev/sdc1 191639380 64226536 127412844 34% /media/s.2
>> > /dev/sda1 244196000 115569628 128626372 48% /media/s.1
>> > /dev/sdf1 484535504 17079656 443036648 4% /media/d.
>> > /dev/sdd1 312568640 788312 311780328 1% /media/ext
>> This tells me you have no space in /, which is bad because you're
>> likely to need space there, for temporary files, for space in ~/ (your
>> home directory) or in /var/log for system logs.
>> However you also have a ton of space on sda,sdb,sdc,sdd (especially!)
>> and sdf.
>> You have a few options.
>> 1) take that space out of the boot partition and put it back
>> into / (root).
>> 2) shrink one of your emptier windows partitions and use them
>> to store part of / (like /usr, which takes up lots of
>> space, or /home).
>> 3) remove something. I don't recommend this unless you have a
>> lot of cruft you mean to remove.
>> I recommend the first option, because you're more likely to feel
>> comfortable doing that.
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> Would I take space out of /boot and place it into / using GParted? Or is
> there another method?
I have tried GParted and I am unable to find the root partition. I only
found /boot. Where else could it be?
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