Is there a need for such a big /export/home FS? It appears that you
are only using about 14GB of the disk. Since I don't know that type of box
this is, I will guess that the disk is a 18GB (or bigger?). If so, you should
be able to use the last couple of gigs and create, say, a /usr FS, boot up
the box to single-user from CD-ROM, move some stuff around and you should be
Before we go in-depth though, I would suggest looking at /export/home and if
you have any free space. If the size if not needed, save the stuff or move
it to a new partition and you will be in a much better sharp later when
you need more space.
I would also suggest grabbing the Solaris docs from docs.sun.com to take a
look. You seem to need it...
> > My current disk usage condition is like this (copy-paste to notepad and use
> > courier new to achieve a better view of the table):
> > # df -ak
> > Filesystem kbytes used avail capacity Mounted on
> > /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 1488798 1445823 0 100% /
> > /proc 0 0 0 0% /proc
> > fd 0 0 0 0% /dev/fd
> > mnttab 0 0 0 0% /etc/mnttab
> > swap 794712 8 794704 1% /var/run
> > swap 795032 328 794704 1% /tmp
> > /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s7 12676347 2222097 10327487 18% /export/home
> > -hosts 0 0 0 0% /net
> > auto_home 0 0 0 0% /home
> > -xfn 0 0 0 0% /xfn
> > unknown:vold(pid242) 0 0 0 0% /vol
> > But I don't really understand those data.
> I think that your situation is far more simple than the mess that I have here
> with GNOME 1.4. The aove table essentially states that you have two disk
> partitions. They are on c0t0d0s0 and c0t0d0s7. It sounds like you don't have
> a lot of admin experience so I'm surprised that you tackled the install. Then
> again, I've done far worse on other peoples equipment. Years and years ago.
> I have learned a lot since the 80's. In any case, it is the middle of the
> night and I have nothing better to do than listen to old Nazareth and remove
> GNOME from my Ultra 2 so let me see if I can be of help here.
> You have a SCSI controller whose number is zero, called c0. On that
> controller you have a disk whose SCSI target or ID number is also zero. It
> also has a logical unit number of zero. That means that you have a disk
> called c0t0d0. That disk, like all disks, is round. Yep. It may be in a
> square box but it is round. I'm messing with ya so just chill. That disk has
> a pile of cylinders numbered from 0 through to a high number. I hope. Do a
> prtvtoc /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s0 and letme know what you have there. Looks like the
> /export/home filesystem is just swimming in space. We need to reorganize your
> Do you have a tape drive? Please say yes.
> We need to move some things around in order to get you up and running.