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Old 03-25-2007, 08:05 PM
shat shat is offline
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hello,
i used portsnap in cli to fetch ports up to the point that it aborted the operation because /var run out of space.
I made a symbolic link to another directory with 600mb empty space, and portsnap on fetch;update gave me again the same error message about /var being full.
Can someone please tell me what am i doing wrong;

p.s. would it be safe enough to rm -f everything from /usr/ports and just get packages that i only need;

thanx!

shat.
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