When I woke up this morning, I found my root had filled overnight
du -hx --max-depth=1 / 132M /boot 4.0K /media 16K /lost+found 16M /root 702M /lib 4.0K /OLDHOME 8.2G /usr 73M /etc 4.0K /srv 11M /sbin 4.0K /selinux 8.0K /.config 4.0K /cdrom 4.6G /var 181M /opt 4.0K /mnt 9.3M /bin 4.0K /lib64 14G /
The space is used by /var/cache/polipo (2.7G). How can I clean this up safely?
I tried restarts=>didn't work
Used bleachbit=>the space is not detected in the cleanup preview
PS: I did rm -rf youtube inside /var/cache/polipo and it freed up 2G space. Dunno if it was safe though
sudo apt-get autoclean sudo apt-get autoremove
Launch your bleachbit as root user : no space in disk; sudo apt-get clean not working