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Removing the contents of /dev/mapper/vg_ volume when 100%

user900 Published in July 17, 2018, 11:26 pm

On a CentOS Linux box, when I run the following:


I get that vg_name-1v_root is at 100%.

Filesystem                      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/vg_name-lv_root     12G   12G     0 100% /

When I drill down to /dev/mapper it looks like this vg_name-1v_root is a soft link to ../dm-0.

However i'm not able to get into vg_name-1v_root or the ../dm-0 directories.

I am able to run lsblk, vgs and lvs to view the volume, but cannot enter it or view the contents.

I've spent some time googling and searching Stack Overflow. How can I delete or even view what's in the directory /dev/mapper/vg_name-1v_root?

Many thanks in advance.

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