For review: NAND out of space patch.

Eben Eliason eben.eliason at
Tue Jul 22 18:38:12 EDT 2008

But, assuming we can actually boot into usable Sugar, we've solved almost
half the battle, since the non-modal alert can then strongly encourage the
user to deal with the issue.  It's not the flat out guarantee we need to
have, but it's a pretty darn good usable solution for many cases.  Mostly,
this comes down to determining the correct heuristic for removing files, and
we'll need a darn good one when we later add smarts to the Journal for
recommending periodic cleanups.  We may only need a rough one for now.
- Eben

On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 6:07 PM, Chris Ball <cjb at> wrote:

> Hi Martin,
>   > how about removing obvious cache files instead - so we can combine
>   > this with Erik's? /var/cache has several candidates we know are
>   > safe (yum dirs) and
>   > .sugar/default/org.laptop.WebActivity/data/gecko/Cache/
> I'm happy to do this *as well*, and should probably also look for
> extremely large activities to delete, but it's not sufficient by
> itself -- it will only help for one reboot or so.
> - Chris.
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