Thanks for the prompt response Gareth. I’ve run git prune (no console output) and git gc, with the following output:
$ git gc
Counting objects: 591, done.
Delta compression using up to 4 threads.
Compressing objects: 100% (281/281), done.
fatal: sha1 file '.git/objects/pack/tmp_pack_IwFN3Q' write error: No space left on device
error: failed to run repack
Running it again results in
$ git gc
fatal: unable to overwrite old ref-pack file: No space left on device
error: failed to run pack-refs
It seems I need disk space to even run this. Is there a workaround?
Is there also a way to tell how much disk space of my allotted disk space a project is using? Because I’m using phantom, there might be some error when saving images/creating instances which is hogging a lot of disk space. Because whenever I take a picture with phantom, I always save it to the same file name, I thought that would overwrite the previous one to conserve disk space. But maybe there’s a different problem.
Thanks for the help!
EDIT: I’ve used
df to check disk usage, but I’m not really sure where to look to delete things to free up space from there.