Similar to the thread here:
The FreePBX 220.127.116.11 installation is on a virtual machine with a 20 GB disk.
I’m getting the following email notifications hourly:
Storage space is getting high on the following drives of your system:
/dev/mapper/SangomaVG-root is 76% full
Seems like the email text is probably meant to be storage space is getting “low” rather than “high”…
Based on searching through other posts, I have checked the following directories using the “ls -alh | less” command …
I am 43G of 43G full on the partition. I followed
@dicko 's advice in the thread and see:
[email protected] var]# du -hx --max-depth 1 /|sort -h
You have mail in /var/spool/mail/root
[email protected] var]# du -hx --max-depth 1 /var|sort -h
[email protected] var]# du -hx --max-depth 1 /var/log|sort -h
I am missing something, Where is all the space being consumed? I deleted some of the logs and that got us back online and at 95% full, but what else is there? I can expand the partition if we must, but would like to understand what is happening.
Thanks for any insight you can provide.
Well I am staying up too late. Staring me right in the face. its in the lib dir. and it looks like MySQL. I will increase the partition.
[email protected] ~]# du -hx --max-depth 1 /var/lib|sort -h
Thanks again for the previous thread
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