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Bamboo User directory very high disk usage

I have bamboo's home directory showing 16 GB of space,but when i use du commands, I don't see where it is being consumed exactly. I have different partition for build-dirs and they are fine. I tried rebooting bamboo too to see if it resolve issue, but no luck.

 

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root@bamboo:/home/users/bamboo# du -sh
16G     .
root@bamboo:/home/users/bamboo# du -sh * | grep M
64M     5320de844e5d86d7d2061bb05fe31d3fb129a3b8
60M     sent
root@bamoo:/home/users/bamboo# du -sh * | grep G
root@bamboo:/home/users/bamboo# 

Any ideas where I can see and cleanup this high usage? 

2 answers

0 votes

Hi,

and how many files is in directory?

ls -1q | wc -l
ls -1q | wc -l
16
root@bamboo:/home/users/bamboo# du -sh *
4.0K    10
784K    264524303b9a5aa1ab86b1491b55ada77772c3be
64M     5320de844e5d86d7d2061bb05fe31d3fb129a3b8
104K    activemq-data
4.0K    test.pem
4.0K    authorized_keys
40K     bamboo@newhost
4.0K    deleteme.sh
4.0K    docker-cleanup.sh
40K     foo.apt-clone.tar.gz
4.0K    QA_2015.pem
4.0K    node_modules
60M     sent
16K     spock_report
8.0K    ssh.tar.gz
4.0K    test.sh
root@bamboo:/home/users/bamboo# du -sh 
16G     .

Can you try to get ouput from utility dutree

https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/441496

0 votes

Hi! 

Let's start from that

1. https://confluence.atlassian.com/bamboo/configuring-global-expiry-289277253.html

2. Than check shared artifacts

3. Reduce logging

Cheers,

Gonchik Tsymzhitov

Thanks, Did so, no luck. Still showing same

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