try moving /home to /local and then do a symlink to it.
mv home /local
ln -s /local/home /home
hopefully that should free up space on your / dir
On 16 Sep 2005 09:14:28 +0100, ghooton <g.hooton at ucc.ie> wrote:
> Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> /dev/sda1 130M 114M 8.8M 93% /
> tmpfs 188M 0 188M 0% /dev/shm
> /dev/sda5 5.3G 8.0K 5.0G 1% /local
> /dev/sda6 2.5G 1.5G 858M 64% /usr
> /dev/sda8 130M 103M 20M 84% /var
> /dev/sdb 34G 3.9G 29G 13% /array
> /dev/sdc 34G 8.6G 24G 27% /sdc
> tmpfs 10M 544K 9.5M 6% /dev
>>>>>>> On Fri, 2005-09-16 at 09:15, justin flavin wrote:
> > whats the output of df -h?
> > On 16 Sep 2005 08:57:05 +0100, ghooton <g.hooton at ucc.ie> wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello,
> > > I have a Debian system where the disk is very poorly partitioned.
> > > The / slice is very small and is now 98% full
> > > There is lots of spare capacity on the disk, is there anything
> > > I can do while keeping everything I have in tact ?
> > >
> > >
> > >
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> Butler Building,
> Enterprise Centre,
> North Mall.
>> Tel: +353 21 4904576
> Fax: +353 21 4904573
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