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General Support / Re: 10 gig log files
« Last post by DeepDayze on April 22, 2018, 03:00:33 AM »
Aren't there some posts on this forum about a similar issue with the .xsession-errors file growing so large it uses all the disk space and a user can't log in.

I think the solution to that was a simple script to limit it's size. Maybe adapt that and keep those files from getting too large.

I think any problem with .xsession-errors filling up like that would be due to some problem with the session that keeps spamming the log for example.
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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: April 2018 screenshot thread
« Last post by riV on April 19, 2018, 07:12:43 PM »
hello PackRat. hi jedi.  "You Rock" is very nice for you to speak such a thing.  Though in regard you VSIDO ROCKS i am from somewhere below sand.  I like to express it that this is a place where we walk among The Tall Trees of debian. 
The typing of vsido one in the previous post smoothly rolls. 
vsido #1 vsido one it is a natural fit. 
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General Support / Re: 10 gig log files
« Last post by VastOne on April 19, 2018, 02:43:09 PM »
Seems to have been a one off.. I cannot reproduce this again... very strange, but that's the life of SID
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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: April 2018 screenshot thread
« Last post by jedi on April 19, 2018, 05:07:52 AM »
hello PackRat. hi jedi. vsido one system on one machine rules with ... well only 1245 packges. not bigger than 3000. but for comparison , folks.

Aye riV, sounds like a pretty typical VSIDO machine!  You ROCK!!!  I've got things installed on this thing of mine that I've got no memory of installing.  Thing is, it still runs like brand new!  This current install is probably almost 2 years old!  Kept up to date of course.  Think I'll just leave it as is...
Just can't shake the lazy's...
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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: April 2018 screenshot thread
« Last post by riV on April 19, 2018, 04:06:17 AM »
hello PackRat. hi jedi. vsido one system on one machine rules with ... well only 1245 packges. not bigger than 3000. but for comparison , folks.
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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: April 2018 screenshot thread
« Last post by jedi on April 19, 2018, 03:28:48 AM »
I really don't think they make a club for that!  :D  If they do, and you well never mind...

I actually do like (love? ) my Plasma/KDE setup.  I was getting ready to remove/purge everything related to KDE/Plasma.  Mostly because this was a VSIDO setup, my best yet as my goto system, and Fluxbox is stupendously awesome.  Minus your personal data VSIDO has a really small footprint.  I've got a vast amount of empty space on my sdd not to mention the secondary 1 Tb hdd.  Anyway, just wondering if anyone else has their personal system (only applies to pure Linux machines, i.e. no dual qaudruple booting refind systems) setup and running stably while having more than 3,000 pkgs installed?  I'm just saying, personally I think VSIDO rules!



Boom start something up and it doesn't work just right and just a login away from my Fluxbox dream box!  Instantaneous access to everything, and I sometimes go without rebooting for months.  Yet I have over 3300 pkgs installed...

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General Support / Re: 10 gig log files
« Last post by PackRat on April 19, 2018, 02:21:49 AM »
Aren't there some posts on this forum about a similar issue with the .xsession-errors file growing so large it uses all the disk space and a user can't log in.

I think the solution to that was a simple script to limit it's size. Maybe adapt that and keep those files from getting too large.
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General Support / 10 gig log files
« Last post by VastOne on April 19, 2018, 01:57:39 AM »
My syslog and daemon.log both grew to 10 gig a piece and basically froze me out of a log in due to the file system running out of space.. after I cleared the logs I could get back in.. Both were too big to open with any editor (TWSS) so I have no idea what caused it.. This is a new install (reinstall) of the build system that had only been up for a day.. I am going to log back in and see if they begin to grow again, but so far they have not and I am at a loss.. never have I seen anything remotely close to this one.. On searches for solutions on google, there have been many instances of the syslog and kernel.log growing and on most there seemed to be an SSD involved which is what I am installed on

Any ideas?
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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: April 2018 screenshot thread
« Last post by VastOne on April 16, 2018, 06:08:04 PM »
Definitely a rescue club..  ::)
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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: April 2018 screenshot thread
« Last post by PackRat on April 16, 2018, 05:50:51 PM »
@vastone - what club do you recommend for this?

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