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Kevin Coleman kevin.coleman at laser2mail.com
Thu Mar 25 13:21:16 CDT 2010


yum clean all   to get rid of the possible cache from the repository ?
or the usual..check your log files in /var/log/ * for hugh logs that  
can be purged..

Regards,

Kevin Coleman


On Mar 25, 2010, at 1:05 PM, Jefferson Ogata wrote:

> On 2010-03-25 17:07, Dimitri Yioulos wrote:
>> At this point, we don't want to add more space to
>> the partition.  Can anyone suggest any other
>> things we can try?
>
> Does this condition survive a reboot?
>
> Is /boot on /, or is it a separate filesystem? One thing that  
> happens on
> Red Hat and derivatives is that as you patch the kernel you need to
> remove older kernels to avoid filling up whichever filesystem /boot
> resides on.
>
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