CyanogenMod – delete log files ( space problem )

You can delete the log files using the Terminal Emulator app that comes with CyanogenMod:
1. Get superuser access:

su -

(and allow access when prompted).
2. Change current directory:

cd /data/log

3. (optional) You can see how much space (in KB) is being used by log files with this command:

du -k

4. (optional) If you want to see the names of the log files:


5. Delete log files with

rm *.log

6. End superuser session:


7. End terminal session:

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