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i need your help to remove some thing in my server

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by panther, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. panther

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    hi
    i have big file are it import or can i remove like this
    in this folder
    /var/cpanel/bandwidth
    and this
    /var/netenberg
    and this
    /var/lib
    and this
    /var/cache .... this folder 1.3g
    and this
    /var/cpanel/bandwidth
    and this
    /var/netenberg/
    and this
    /var/cache/yum/updates/ .. the size it 529m
    and this
    /var/cache/yum/base/ ..this size it 700m
    and this
    /proc/ it size 900m
    and this
    /usr/ any folder and files no import in this folder need reomve any one tell me this size for this folder 3.4g
    and this
    /dev/ it size 2g
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    i want tell me which folders and file can i remove any unused files and folder
    bucuse my server used 99% disk
    i need your help
     
  2. AndyReed

    AndyReed Well-Known Member
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    You'll have to seek professional help to look into your server and free some space.
     
  3. concreteman

    concreteman Well-Known Member

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    dude should get professional psychiatric help, glad you gave him the info, I was going to tell him to delete it all and take two asprin.

    If you are still around Panther, check for redundant backups... if you have weekly and monthly, find the most current ones and delete the others - carefully. yum will more than likely be rebuilt after you run updates, but I clear mine for other reasons.

    If you know what is good for you, stay away from /var /proc and /dev - they more than likely aren't on the same partition you are worried about anyway. Get a system admin to help you with this, and then pay them to secure your box. If you need space, maybe you should sell some customers?
     
  4. katmai

    katmai Well-Known Member

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    good suggestion: don't touch the server.
     
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