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Old 21st June 2008
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Default How to clean up /usr?

Hi there!

Recently I've updated my -current system via anoncvs (/usr/src, /usr/ports, /usr/xenocara). After that my 5.3 Gig /usr was almost completely filled up. So, I deleted /usr/xobj/* and ran "make clean" in /usr/src. This helped a little, but there are still some 87% of /usr in use - just 636 MB are free.

Are there any other steps I could take to regain some space on /usr?
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