With some pointers from the helpdesk and a few wandering-in-the-dark bash commands via putty, I finally tracked down what was taking up all the space on my webserver. The Flickr Photo Album plugin was using 890mb with its cache. As great as that plugin is, it’s going to have to go. There’s no way to disable caching of photos from both my account and the groups I belong to, and I can’t afford to have all that space taken up. I have also discovered that “rm -r” is roughly a billion times faster than deleting something via SFTP. I’m going to have to learn this linux thing one day.