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I have been facing the problem of space being full for months. How can I stop the continuous consumption every second?

I tried all existing solutions to clean it, but in the end the solution is to transfer to a new server


I'm not quite sure how a screenshot showing that 91% of the available inodes on your root file system are *not* being used is supposed to be indicative of the disk filling up. Or help anybody debug the supposed problem.
I thought about the same thing but I was too lazy to write it. In fact, I was more surprised to see someone using `df -i` rather than `df -h` to prove that point

@Ahmed S: Just so you won't go empty handed. Take a look at your server logs. Maybe some old plugin is generating PHP warnings/notices and the partition where your web server logs are, is filling up

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