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"Filesystem / is 93% full!!!"

"Filesystem / is 93% full!!!"

RE: "Filesystem / is 93% full!!!"

This is what I do when that happens - there may be a better way and I'm sure if there is then someone will tell us but in the meantime:

Log on to Processor A using Filezilla - go to /var/log then rm messages*.bz2
Log on to Processor B using Filezilla - go to /var/log then rm messages*.bz2
Lot on to Assistant IP address using Filezilla - go to /var/log then rm messages*.bz2

Verify that the /var position is not full with df -m

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