Re: Still trying to reduce the size of /, now that I have the bit between my teeth....
- From: Jochen Spieker <ml@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2011 12:29:17 +0200
I still have two of the already suggested things to try, but meanwhile my /usr
is 3.7G, and my /, of which it forms part, is 4.7G. This seems slightly
disproportionate. How can I find out what is actually needed - or even,
used - in /usr?
You can use dpigs (from debian-goodies) and popcon-largest-unused (from
popularity-contest) to find good candidates to remove.
BTW, depending on what you use your system for, 3.7GB for /usr doesn't
look like very much. My server's /usr uses 1.8GB, my laptop's /usr uses
6.6GB. Apart from /home (and possibly /var, again depending on your
usage pattern), /usr is usually tha largest directory.
After the millenium I would tell lies only to those who deserved them.
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