On Tuesday 09 October 2007 12:00:22 Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
> giangiacomo schrieb:
> >>> plus i don't know why /proc and /sys directories are 0.
> >>> hope someone can help me out!
> >> It's not a Xen issue, you should ask at more Linux-newbie-specific
> >> group.
> >> /sys and /proc are "virtual" filesystems, they don't take any disk
> >> space.
> > ok you ara confirming my thougth, but that wasn't the real
> > question.............
> > the real question is...why my / filesystem gets full, while having at
> > least 800 MB free?
> Corrupted fs... Or you have a big file somewhere there that was deleted,
> but is still in use. This means it will still take space on your
> filesystem, although "du" will not count it.
> But it's a non-Xen question, try to investigate somewhere else.
it can't be! the three machine are the same, and new, they have nothing
inside, the fs is perfect and reboot the system result in a correct df
Are u sure i have to investigate somewhere else?
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