Drive filled up after greyhole and mount shares locally script failed

kiwirich
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Drive filled up after greyhole and mount shares locally script failed

Postby kiwirich » Sat Apr 02, 2016 8:51 pm

After first installing latest fedora 23 and Amahi and setting up greyhole I ran the script mount shares locally and believed it to be working.

I copied about 20-30gb of data across and came back after a few hours to find my main drive full.

Somewhere between the samba shares and grey hole the data was not being transferred out of main drive into my LZ which I run on a seperate drive.

Anyway I updated to latest packages and restarted and then tried again and all is now working as normal.

However the issue I have is that all of the data I initially copied is still on my main drive and I cannot for the life of me find it. Ive tried running disk analyser and even manually searching the folders.

1) I am not a linux expert so really am unsure where they would have been stored.
2) I believe that they are most likely stored in a temporary location. Possibly with a temp file type.
3) How do I get my space back when I can’t even find the temp files?
4) Permissions prevent me from fully running disk analyser and modifying some folders so any advice would help.

Any assistance would be much appreciated.

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Re: Drive filled up after greyhole and mount shares locally script failed

Postby bigfoot65 » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:46 am

By default, the LZ is /var/hda/files.

I would expect that any missing files would be located in the shares folder.

Another user had this problem a while back. Might try searching the forums for the solution.
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