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var/log is getting full

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Settings - Schedules - Mover Settings, disable mover logging.

 

You might also be a little too aggressive on the auto turbo mode settings, as it's enabling / disabling every 15 minutes (each of which results in 2 logged lines)

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Mover logging was already disabled.

 

I have disks allowed to be spun down before invoking turbo mode set to 2 and I changed the polling time from 300 to 3600 seconds. 

Additional debugging logging was set to no already and I left it at no. 

 

Would that be all that is causing it? 

 

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I think you must be writing something to /var/log besides syslog. Do you have atop installed?

 

 

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No, atop (in Nerd Pack) is a frequent culprit of filling /var/log.

 

What do you get from the command line with this?

du -h /var/log

 

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Or better, this command

du -sh /var/log/*

 

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I don't see anything there. Did you reboot or something? Are you still having the problem?

 

What do you get with this command?

df -h

 

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And of course, that shows you aren't currently having the issue.

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