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Replaced HDD but still getting disk full warningI successfully replaced my iMac's HD (250GB => 2TB). Followed all recommendations and had my computer back running from last ...
Answer to: Replaced HDD but still getting disk full warningHi there! Thanks a lot for your answer. I found a few hours ago that I had an .mbox file from Mail app that was 1.7TB large, almost the size of my new disk (2TB). I have no clue how this happened. I just deleted that file (rm -rf Messages.mbox) since all my emails were archived in GMAIL anyway, and I am good now. I had tried almost every tool available to detect this kind of file: OmniSweeper and DaisyDisk but none would be able to calculate the correct sizes in folders (??). They never pointed to that file. I finally used this command: du -Psckx * | sort -nr Started on the root folder, and all the way into the folder showing 1.7TB to find out that 1.7TB Messages.mbox file from Mail. Voila, Joel