How To Clear Disk Usage
First, I am sorry if this sounds stupid, but how do you clear disk usage. I have noticed everyday now that my disk usage will increase about 1% everyday. I went and cleared every log under the web gui system log tabs. Do I need to ssh into the system and clear something manually or will the log data start to clear out on its own by discarding the oldest data first.
The logs are binary circular logs - they do not grow in size.
The DHCP leases and RRD data take up a bit of space but eventually they will also stop growing as old data is cycled out of the files.
Are you using any packages? It may be a package adding data or logging which is causing the size increase.
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probably the squid cache (proxy server) or HAVP, those are the only two that I know that can cause it to grow.
If you are not using either of those packages post what you are using.
Personally I clean out stuff only when disk space reaches 90%, but then I am on a full install though with a 40GB HD
Maybe it is the HAVP, I added that package a few weeks ago and come to think of it, that is when I started to see the increase. I also use SNORT, and Country Block, nothing else other than the base system. So how do you clear it out when it reaches 90%? I also have a 2 small 40GB drives in a mirror setup on a dell power edge.
Thanks for the input guys.
Note to my last post. The disk usage has raised another 2% since yesterday on my first post I made aout this.