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Hey guys,
I have a little problem.
I have a 120GB HDD and on it is my Mac OSX86 and some apps and three games I think, all in all 32GB.
I'd marked all the folders on my HDD and there is 40 GB used.
I can't imagine that the system is using 80GB, because I have only 500 MB free space.
I'd restarted my computer several times, deleted some temp files....but now im stuck..

Anyone knows where my storage is ?

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This application will tell you ;)
http://www.omnigroup...mnidisksweeper/

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thank you!!
I've found the problem, or I have nearly found the problem. The System is writing some very big .asl Files and Logs, the systemlog is repeating a message :

Aug 31 14:27:50: --- last message repeated 31 times ---
Aug 31 14:27:50 noname kernel[0]: FEDE - AppleNForceATA: createChannelCommands( 0x3aee000)
Aug 31 14:27:50 noname kernel[0]: FEDE Casteo a IOAABUSCommand64
Aug 31 14:27:50 noname kernel[0]: FEDE Obtengo el comaqndo DMA
Aug 31 14:27:50 noname kernel[0]: FEDE obtengo el descriptor de memoria
Aug 31 14:27:50 noname kernel[0]: FEDE entro al ciclo
Aug 31 14:27:50 noname kernel[0]: FEDE genero 32IOVMSegments

This is one piece of it.

I will now try to solve the problem and again, thanks for the app, it helped me alot.

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did you solve this problem ? if yes how ?




maybe an answer here :




[solved]delete kern.debug in etc/syslog.conf,like below

 
*.err;kern.*;auth.notice;authpriv,remoteauth,install.none;mail.crit /dev/console
*.notice;authpriv,remoteauth,ftp,install.none;kern.debug;mail.crit /var/log/system.log

# Send messages normally sent to the console also to the serial port.
# To stop messages from being sent out the serial port, comment out this line.
#*.err;kern.*;auth.notice;authpriv,remoteauth.none;mail.crit /dev/tty.serial

# The authpriv log file should be restricted access; these
# messages shouldn't go to terminals or publically-readable
# files.
auth.info;authpriv.*;remoteauth.crit /var/log/secure.log

lpr.info /var/log/lpr.log
mail.* /var/log/mail.log
ftp.* /var/log/ftp.log
install.* /var/log/install.log
install.* @127.0.0.1:32376
local0.* /var/log/appfirewall.log
local1.* /var/log/ipfw.log

*.emerg *







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