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Disk Space Issue

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shahzadqayyum, May 15, 2015.

  1. Shahzadqayyum

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    Hello!
    I'm getting a problem is with the cpanel!
    its showing different diskspace usage! total sites data is 14GB approx. but its showing 87% disk usage.
    /i.imgur.com/F2Cr1U0.jpg
    My Primary SSD is 120 GB but I also have a TB Backup HDD. I'm not much familiar with linux and Is this the separate directory or these /backup is showing within the primary SSD Drive?
    its using 33GB almost.
    /i.imgur.com/gtU2KL7.jpg

    Backups and legacy backups are configured on this server but cronjobs are not configured?
    /i.imgur.com/nx1N38v.jpg

    Please help me to find out the solution. Is it a bug? or malware?
    thanks in advance!
     
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    Hello,

    What's the output of the "df -h" command? Please ensure you attach any images directly to this thread instead of providing third-party image hosting links.

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello!
    screenshots attached. I'm curious whats the matter?
    It effecting on my server speed also.
    cronwhmbackup.jpg full disk spacification.jpg whmdisk.jpg
     

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    You may want to review your active processes to see if they are using open files that have since been deleted. Often times a system reboot is a quick way to close these processes for the reflection of the correct disk space used.

    Thank you.
     
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    Hello!
    thankyou very much sir. it worked :)
     
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