How do I confirm hard drive space on a 6000 Series Processor via command lines.

​Question

  • How do I confirm hard drive space available on a DI-6000 via PuTTy?

Environment

  • Product Family: Display Interface
  • Product: DI-6000, VP-6000 (version 1-8)
  • Components: PuTTY, hard drive
  • Control System:

Answer/Steps

stopsign.jpgThe steps outlined, if performed incorrectly, may result in equipment failure. Do not attempt these steps without proper training and understanding of product operation. Consult a Daktronics support technician if you need assistance.
  1. Log in to the DI-6000 using PuTTY. Please reference How to log into DI-6000 using PuTTY, DD3282244 on procedure to log in.
  2. Type df -h
    NOTE: /dev/sda1 should use less than 10G (example image shows a system using too much space)
    hdd space.png
  3. Commish logs can take up a large amount of space. If more than 10GB used, check size of commish log folder with the following command:
    • du -shc /var/log/commish
  4. If commish log are what is leading to the large amount of drive space being used, clear out logs with the following command:
    • sudo rm -rfv /var/log/commish/*
      NOTE: Only delete commish logging, any other logs that may need to be deleted needs to be done by Engi​neering
  5. Contact Technical Support if the /dev/sda1 still has more than 10G in it.

KB ID: DD3314646


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