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I'm having a newbie issue with my server.
I'm getting everyday a warning in my email telling "drive space critical": Drive Critical: /dev/vzfs (/) is 91% full
Going to the server i have this information:
root@forum [~]# df
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/vzfs 10485760 9472340 1013420 91% /
simfs 10485760 9472340 1013420 91% /tmp
none 8236936 4 8236932 1% /dev
simfs 10485760 9472340 1013420 91% /var/tmp
From here i see that i have in /dev only 1% used and about 8gigs free....
how can i "send" some gigs from /dev to /dev/vzfs in order to stop this problem?