First up I run a Media Center/Mail Server/Web server from the same box:
8 gb RAM
320gb primary WD 7200rpm 2.5" - due to size restrictions (i know not ideal)
2TB secondary WD Green 3.5" - storage
I am running Fedora 14 setup to use ISPconfig3
My main problem is that I receive a critical warning message via the ISPconfig browser menu when I log in that says:
2 Critical errors
1 is running out of space on the / directory
2 DNS service not running
So for the first one I did a du -h | "[0-9]G" so that all files with over a GB would show up and i noticed that in the /etc/getmail directory I have a file called dead.letter that is 39GB so I know that it has some major issues...
Now I am not that clued up with linux, I can get things to run but to know how they run I don't know that at all.
Therefore my questions are:
1. Why would getmail create such a huge file
2. Can I delete it (for now I've moved it)
3. How do I stop it from doing it again, because it caused my server to crash
4. Do i ask about the DNS issue in this thread or do i have to start another.
Thank you for your time