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general:disk-space-management [2019/11/04 21:03]
Derrick B. [Trash Folders - IMAP]
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Derrick B. [Troubleshooting via SSH]
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 <WRAP important>​ If you are not //able// to log into cPanel/​WHM,​((or DirectAdmin or Plesk, as applicable)) it is **strongly** recommended to open a Support Ticket for assistance, unless you are very comfortable with ssh, enough to attempt to resolve the issue on your own. It is important to be **extremely** careful if attempting to resolve disk space issues yourself, since it is possible to remove wrong files, thereby breaking server functionality. </​WRAP>​ <WRAP important>​ If you are not //able// to log into cPanel/​WHM,​((or DirectAdmin or Plesk, as applicable)) it is **strongly** recommended to open a Support Ticket for assistance, unless you are very comfortable with ssh, enough to attempt to resolve the issue on your own. It is important to be **extremely** careful if attempting to resolve disk space issues yourself, since it is possible to remove wrong files, thereby breaking server functionality. </​WRAP>​
  
-If you are logged into ssh as root,((or if you have gotten a connection via the console)) ​you can check the server'​s overall disk space usage with the ''​%%df%%''​ utility. For example, you can check the disk space usage in the root ''​%%/​%%''​ partition as follows:+If you are logged into ssh as root, you can check the server'​s overall disk space usage with the ''​%%df%%''​ utility. For example, you can check the disk space usage in the root ''​%%/​%%''​ partition as follows:
  
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general/disk-space-management.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/04 21:03 by Derrick B.