Disk space warning in Disk /dev/root (/var/named/chroot/var/run/dbus)

erdaler

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Drive Warning: /dev/root (/var/named/chroot/var/run/dbus) is 89% (17,565,616 of 20,806,268) FULL


12K /aquota.user
7.6M /bin
13M /boot
160K /dev
12K /error_log
78M /etc
13G /home
1.4M /installd
536K /latest
26M /lib
25M /lib64
16K /lost+found
4.0K /media
4.0K /mnt
37M /opt
0 /proc
20K /quota.user
6.5M /root
39M /sbin
0 /scripts
5.4M /scripts.20120407.024605.27719
20K /selinux
4.0K /srv
0 /sys
240K /tmp
4.4G /usr
797M /var
12G /backup


Is there a permanent or better solution for this.Or any way to increase its size..Kindly help me asap.

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cPanelTristan

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Hello,

Can you provide the output from the following command?

Code:
df -kh
Right now, we don't know what your mount points are.

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amineprogram

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Hello,

Can you provide the output from the following command?

Code:
df -kh
Right now, we don't know what your mount points are.

Thanks!
I have the same problem "Drive Warning: /dev/root (/) is 83% full" !!
i have moved mysql to /home : http://forums.cpanel.net/f354/how-move-mysql-data-folder-110481.html#post709306
and reboot the server.
dev/root used 62% but it's increase !!
Result for df -kh :

Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
rootfs 20G 13G 6.3G 67% /
/dev/root 20G 13G 6.3G 67% /
none 12G 124K 12G 1% /dev
/dev/sda2 2.7T 19G 2.6T 1% /home
tmpfs 12G 0 12G 0% /dev/shm
/dev/loop0 6.6G 306M 6.0G 5% /tmp
/dev/loop0 6.6G 306M 6.0G 5% /var/tmp

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cPanelTristan

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I'm uncertain how 67% is a worrisome figure. It wouldn't even cause an alert email.
 

cPanelTristan

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Have you ran a du on it to check the files and folders that are showing the largest sizes? There are numerous posts on this forum and online about how to run a du to check file and folder sizes to investigate. Wikipedia even has an article on using du:

du (Unix) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia