Memory usage report

I have an sshfs mounted directory in my home, and Robinhood Report counts that volume as if it were files in my home.

I guess this shouldn’t happen…

Hi,

Could you please give me more information about it? Which files are concerned (with full path)?

Ps: Robinhood check all files stored in /srv/beegfs/scratch/users/

Regards,

/src/beegfs/scratch usage calculation is probably correct.

However the issue is on ~ where I deleted a ton of stuff to free up space, but it says I’m still using 67GB. This is because it is calculating the volume of everything stored on my sshfs mounted volume (~/rainbd/ which contains private stuff, please don’t navigate inside this, I’m using this to transfer some results).

The very fact that it can tell how much stuff is on my online directory means it checked every files on there, which I assume is an error given that this space is not used on the cluster’s file system, but on another machine.

Laurent

Beegfs and Robinhood are two distinct components.

Beegfs is a type of filesystem designed for large shared storage, specifically tailored for high-performance computing (HPC) applications.

Robinhood is a scanning tool that checks all files located in the ‘/srv/beegfs/scratch’ directory (for now).

We check only files stored in our filesystems. Here your top files with 58.6 GB

--- /home/users/r/rohrbla6 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
   22.0 GiB [#################################] /.conda
   12.5 GiB [##################               ] /nn
    8.0 GiB [###########                      ] /priv
    4.9 GiB [#######                          ] /.local_break
    4.2 GiB [######                           ] /.local
    4.2 GiB [######                           ] /.local_bak
    2.2 GiB [###                              ] /.cache
    1.6 GiB [##                               ] /activia

oh I see all the dot directories I missed. So that was not what I thought !

thanks.