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ChunkDus

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Hello!!

Today when i access into my server,, i see "full disk" (450GB), something was wrong. Then i thinking first of all (The most easy thinking), i go to see /mnt/move, ok, here was the folders of downloads, but not the files, and in cloud these folders didnt appear and files neither.

I think (Not secure), i did something bad with map folders on Jdownloader docker, but now, my question is, where are these files!??! I search on all folders of my system, and nothing work. So, why my disk is full?

I can't acces to jdownloader docker to test if files was storing on container, but i see GB of image and is less than 1gb.

My ideas/tips what could be:
- Bad mapped folder on jdownloader container (But in past was working, but maybe if i upgrade to newer version, something bad)
- I modified move.sh to exclude '*.part' files, but i missed to add '\' at the end of line to follow the next line, I fixed this today and now moving well files.

Some ideas what can I do?/Recover my files/Or atleast my gb? :D

Thank you so much for all!,

Regards.
 
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du -sh /mmt/move
du -sh /mnt/downloads/
du -sh /mnt/pgblitz/

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ChunkDus

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du -sh /mmt/move
du -sh /mnt/downloads/
du -sh /mnt/pgblitz/

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Thank you for your reply @MrDoob , here is the output:

Code:
1,8G    /mnt/move/
88G     /mnt/downloads/
8,0K    /mnt/pgblitz/

(Is good, 88gb from torrent, and now 1,8 in move, but where the 300+ gb? :D)

Code:
/dev/vda2        473G   425G   29G  94% /
Regards!
 
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MrDoob

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cd /mnt/unionfs/downloads
ls

Edit :

Open look in /var/log
 
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ChunkDus

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cd /mnt/unionfs/downloads
ls

Edit :

Open look in /var/log
Okey, i found the problem thanks for system log! :D, they are stored at "/:" Why? Thats really strange (Maybe from bad mapping like i said)

Thank you so much for your help friend!
 
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