\build directory full?
andrew.slaughter at gmail.com
Thu Jul 7 05:24:51 PDT 2016
That fixed it! Thanks - I hadn't realized I was shutting down my system
quite so regularly.
On Wed, Jul 6, 2016 at 9:32 PM, Sepherosa Ziehau <sepherosa at gmail.com>
> On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 6:27 AM, Andrew Slaughter
> <andrew.slaughter at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I just tried to update to the current master, and the build failed with
> > messages about having no space left on /usr/obj.
> > df -h shows me the following (apologies for horrible formatting):
> > Filesystem Size Avail Mounted on
> > ROOT 406G 324G /
> > devfs 1.0K 0B /dev
> > /dev/serno/S..... 1.0G 527M /boot
> > BUILD 19G 0B /build
> > /build/usr.obj 19G 0B /usr/obj
> > /build/var.crash 19G 0B /var/crash
> > /build/var.cache 19G 0B /var/crash
> > /build/var.var.spool 19G 0B /var/crash
> > /build/var.log 19G 0B /var/crash
> > /build/var.tmp 19G 0B /var/crash
> > tmpfs 7.7G 7.7G /tmp
> > procfs 4.0K 0B /proc
> > Right now, I can't even start X (because it can't rename/move the old X
> > file). Any advice?
> hammer -F prune-everything /usr/obj
> And probably other directory. BTW, if you don't keep you machine
> running for >=24hours, I'd suggest to move the hammer cleanup to the
> Tomorrow Will Never Die
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