I've been trying to use osmosis for importing osm raw data to a db. First, it failed due to lack of sufficient disk space. I made some more space and launched it one more time. That time there was another error and the execution was aborted anyway BUT a huge amount of space was still taken from my hard drive... I had 11 GB before executing an osmosis procedure and now I have like less than 1 GB and it's getting difficult to use the computer anymore. The question is: what files did osmosis create on my disk during the procedure execution and how can I find them and delete them in order to have my disk space back?
I'm using the following osmosis command for import:
"YourPathToOsmosis\bin\osmosis" --read-pbf file="D:\YourPathToOSMFile\osm_file.osm.pbf" --write-pgsql host="localhost" database="yourDBname" user="postgres" password="yourPW"