/usr became full while updating via cvs
Hope you all had a great holiday break.
I was getting an update of -current using cvs. I used one server for the src tree, which rejected me when I tried to update the ports tree.
I then closed the terminal thread, opened another window, and checked out a tree from scratch, and updated src and ports.
Rant into some problems when I tried to update xenocara:
/usr: write failed, file system is full
cvs [checkout aborted]: writing xenocara/app/rgb/config.guess: No space left on device
...looked around to see how much space I had..
# df -hi Filesystem Size Used Avail Cap'ty iused ifree %iused Mounted on /dev/wd0a 1005M 55.1M 899M 6% 2972 152930 2% / /dev/wd0k 18.1G 279M 16.9G 2% 2447 2414063 0% /home /dev/wd0d 2.6G 140K 2.5G 0% 32 363742 0% /tmp /dev/wd0f 2.0G 2.0G -92.0M 105% 277972 7850 97% /usr /dev/wd0g1005M 170M 785M 18% 9132 146770 6% /usr/X11R6 /dev/wd0h 3.5G 2.1G 1.2G 63% 77745 415949 16% /usr/local /dev/wd0j 1.9G 973M 892M 52% 33619 226219 13% /usr/obj /dev/wd0i 1.9G 753M 1.1G 40% 87448 172390 34% /usr/src /dev/wd0e 4.1G 118M 3.8G 3% 12945 558701 2% /var
Q1: Are there any "caches" to clear out so I can continue?
I'm not a partition expert, so I'd like some r-e-m-e-d-i-a-l level help on the following:
Q2a: If I need to reconfigure (to expand /usr), what's the best way to do it w/o having to recalc - will the new disklabel (will RTFM) allow a "hard" allocation for a drive section during an "auto" reconfiguration?
Q2b: If I were to add the 2nd HDD, may I have a few examples of what a "good" partition allocation of a 40/100GB looks like? (e.g., can I "split" /home btwn the 2 drives, or "move" it to occupy the second HDD? etc.)
Thank you, all.
Last edited by ocicat; 6th January 2010 at 05:01 AM. Reason: When posting formatted output, use code tags.
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