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My apologies if the question is vague and too naive. I am totally new with the Linux commands.

We have a dedicated server with OVH Cloud and have several sites hosted there. Our server is running out of space.

This is what I got by running df -h in the command prompt after connecting with the server via ssh

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I have little to no experience with Linux shell command. How do I figure out what is filling up the space and where the folder is located. How do I go to Home directory?

My assumption is the server is running cache . But I an't figure out where these cache is getting stored. I am not an expert with server and system administration. Please treat me as total novice in this sector.

appreciate your help

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  • You aren't running out of space, you have 3.2TB available. What is the actual error you are receiving?
    – Burgi
    Jan 3 '20 at 15:35
  • running out of space in dev/sd2. We cannot access the whm path when the dev/sd2 is filled up . Last week disk usage on dev/sd2 was 100%
    – Bashabi
    Jan 3 '20 at 15:37
  • Ah! I see, sorry I misunderstood.
    – Burgi
    Jan 3 '20 at 15:38