Disk Space and Partitions

Erick emtaft at cox-internet.com
Mon Nov 29 01:47:10 UTC 2004

On Sun, 2004-11-28 at 15:12, Auke Kok wrote:
> Remco Lubbers wrote:
> >>3) /var is using 42% of my lunar root partition (failed installs?).  Is
> >>there a command that can be used to clean up /var/spool?
> > 
> > At you own risk: rm -R /var/spool/*.*
> > 
> > But you'd wanne have a closer look before doing that ...
> You can also turn on AUTOPRUNE (either by the menus - run lunar, or just 
> from the commandline - lunar set AUTOPRUNE on). This will minimize the 
> use of /var on every update, but will still keep some amount of files in 
> there (up to several gigabytes if you install gnome and kde and such).
> sofar
Thanks, I will try AUTOPRUNE.

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