I actually panicked and rebooted! Next time I'll know.
--- Dave Airlie <David.Airlie at ul.ie> wrote:
> killall -HUP syslogd
>> if syslog has the files open it won't release the
> disk space unless you
> HUP it ..
>> same with httpd if you log to /var..
>>> On Wed, 23 Feb 2000, Michael Turley wrote:
>> > Does anyone know off the top of their heads what
> > command to use to find files bigger than 5Megs in
> > var directory - something like find /var -size 5
> or du
> > /var | sort -rn?
> > du reports that my var system is full but no
> > what I get rid of (e.g rm'ed and touched all
> > in /var/tmp) there is no impact on the directory
> > Any ideas?
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