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Mark Puckett
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[Cisco FAQ] - Full filesystem

One of my DNCS filesystems is full. What is the best way to start cleaning it up?

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deibrown
Cisco Employee

One suggeston would be to run the following command from the mount point of the filesystem to be cleaned up:

SP Video TAC Lab SR 4.2>> du -h | sort -rk 1,1 | grep -v "K" | less

929M .

9.1M ./spectrum/SS-Tools/dbpart1

9.1M ./dncs/downloads/SAIgqam/reloc

9.1M ./dncs/downloads/SAIgqam

Then move into the larger directories and run the above command again until large files that can be deleted are found. Repeat in other large directories, as needed.

Alternatively, the command below can be run repeatedly to idnetify where the filesystem space is being used:

SP Video TAC Lab SR 4.2>> du -s * | sort -n

0 lost+found

10 jdbc

14 easftp

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deibrown
Cisco Employee

One suggeston would be to run the following command from the mount point of the filesystem to be cleaned up:

SP Video TAC Lab SR 4.2>> du -h | sort -rk 1,1 | grep -v "K" | less

929M .

9.1M ./spectrum/SS-Tools/dbpart1

9.1M ./dncs/downloads/SAIgqam/reloc

9.1M ./dncs/downloads/SAIgqam

Then move into the larger directories and run the above command again until large files that can be deleted are found. Repeat in other large directories, as needed.

Alternatively, the command below can be run repeatedly to idnetify where the filesystem space is being used:

SP Video TAC Lab SR 4.2>> du -s * | sort -n

0 lost+found

10 jdbc

14 easftp

View solution in original post

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