Re: planning for upgrade.

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On 4/5/24 09:09, home user wrote:
Good morning,

I have a stand-alone 2013 workstation (11 years old).  It's dual-boot; the other OS is windows-7.

I'm planning to upgrade from f-38 to f-39 in a few days.  I've had hard drive space issues before.  So I'd like to know how to determine in advance if I have enough hard drive space for the upgrade.  Output from "df" and "ls -al /boot" are at the bottom of this post.

How do I do it?

If there's anything else you need/want to know, please ask.

Thank-you in advance.


-bash.5[~]: df

"df -h" is much more pleasant.

Filesystem     1K-blocks     Used Available Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs            4096        0      4096   0% /dev
tmpfs            8158692        0   8158692   0% /dev/shm
tmpfs            3263480     1812   3261668   1% /run
/dev/sda6       51422028 30401248  18382956  63% /

Assuming I'm reading this correctly, you have 18GB free, so this is fine.

tmpfs            8158696        0   8158696   0% /tmp
/dev/sda3         485348   339555    116097  75% /boot

This looks like just over 100MB which could possibly cause a problem.

/dev/sda7      947550748 32255828 867135280   4% /home
tmpfs            1631736      256   1631480   1% /run/user/1001
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