2012-03-09 06:47:21 -0500 received badge ● Teacher (source) 2012-03-08 00:11:39 -0500 commented answer rootfs is running out of space fast Glad to hear you found the problem. Runaway logs can be a real pain Give a toot if you need any more help. 2012-03-06 11:29:33 -0500 answered a question rootfs is running out of space fast You need to locate where the space is going and the most likely place to find that information is in your logs. Coincidentally that is also the place where you might find the files draining your disk drive of space. From a term type:  du -h /var/log  If you find this file contains more then 20-30Meg type in the subdirectory that has the excessively large files or the /var/log itself:  ls -lh /var/log  Once you have found your problem file you need to find out what error is causing the problem so don't just delete it right away. If it is still growing type:  tail -f /var/log/(The big file)  or tail -50 /var/log (The Big File) This will help narrow down the problem also if the /var/log directory doesn't hold the problem do:  du -h /opt  And check back with the results Cheers!