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Old 13th July 2009, 12:45
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Default Disk usage is 100% after deleting the unwanted files

HI,

I have a /data partion. When i did df -h the out put is

/dev/sdc1 652G 619G 31M 100% /data


I deleted maximum unwanted files inside /data. But still its showing 100%.

Please guide me what to do and how can i achieve more space in /data.

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