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Disk Space

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Thiagom, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. Thiagom

    Thiagom Registered

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    Disk Space

    When I look at disk space on my domain. I get the following information.


    Files in home directory 0.13 MB
    Files in hidden subdirectories 6.67 MB
    conf/ 0.03 MB
    cpmove.psql 0.00 MB
    error_docs 0.04 MB
    etc/ 5.79 MB
    httpsdocs/ 0.34 MB
    mail/ 3,679.08 MB
    pd/ 0.01 MB
    private/ 0.00 MB
    public_ftp/ 0.02 MB
    public_html/ 13,254.64 MB
    statistics/ 341.42 MB
    subdomains/ 0.00 MB
    tmp/ 853.88 MB
    web_users/ 0.00 MB
    MySQL 6.13 MB
    PostgreSQL 0.00 MB
    Mailing lists 0.00 MB
    Other usage 8,098.01 MB

    I would like to knowing what is causing this consumes disk space.
    And where is this directory. Being that it is not within the domain directory.

    Other usage that is consuming but it does not know is the directory

    Can anyone help?
     
  2. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Forums Analyst
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    Hello :)

    This usage could be anywhere on the system outside of the user's home directory. I suggest running the following commands to obtain the location of all files owned by this user:

    Code:
    # id username
    # find / -uid UIDNUMBER > /root/username.output
    Replace the first command with the actual username of the account. This will output the account's UID. You can then replace "UIDNUMBER" in the second command with the actual UID of the account. The results will be output to /root/username.output which you can view after the command finishes.

    Thank you.
     
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