[Freedombox-discuss] Some notes on the disk space situation on FreedomBox 0.2
pere at hungry.com
Wed Mar 19 08:41:32 UTC 2014
When Bdale switched on the option to store the source of all the
installed packages in /usr/src/packages/ to prepare for the release
build, the disk space situation on the freedombox changed dramatically.
I believe we need to increase the image sizes by almost one GiB to cope.
On my freshly created virtualbox image, the root file system is 2.7 GiB
according to df -h, and 1.9 GiB (74%) of this is used. Only 692 MiB is
available according to df (5% is reserved for user root and not included
in that number).
According to apt-get, installing owncloud will use 973 MiB of additional
disk space, which clearly will not fit in 692 MiB.
According to 'du -h', the source packages in /usr/src/packages fills 836
MiB of the total disk capasity, which is 30% of the current disk space.
These are the 15 largest files in that directory (sizes in MiB):
The disk images are already 3 GiB. Should we increase it to 4 GiB
before publishing version 0.2?
As for why we have three versions of boost installed, I have no idea.
Only libboost-iostreams1.54.0 is used by aptitude. 'aptitude why' had
no idea why the other two were installed. Nothing was removed when I
purged libboost-iostreams1.49.0 and libboost-iostreams1.55.0. I guess
similar analysis should be done for all duplicate packages. :)
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