- Oct 3, 2017
- cPanel Access Level
- Root Administrator
Thank you for your answer. I have no idea what is eating up the diskspace. When I look in the cpanel itemjungle is just 8.57gb not 18gb when I look in virtfs. Same goes with the user nordcartThe /home/virtfs consists of bind mounts. It's not actually taking up disk space, but will show up as used disk space when you use du. Don't delete or mess with the /home/virtfs directory, doing so will severely damage your server.
Your backups are probably in /backup although I cannot be certain. Your drive is partitioned in such a way that / is the only partition, and everything is under / except for /mnt/sdb which has /dev/sdb mounted.
du --exclude=/home/virtfs -sh /home/
Hello,Hi, this does still not add up to 33gb. If nordcart is 1gb, itemjungle 8.3gb and whm&cpanel 5gb? Where is the rest. I´m currently out of disk space
du -shc --exclude=/home/virtfs --exclude=/mnt/sdb --exclude=/proc /*
You may need to invest in a server administrator to look into this for you.
You will have to systematically go through the directories on your server to find the largest ones and narrowing that down through each iteration.
Hello,There is now 33gb used of 50gb on the disk. (screenshot attached)
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