Node_modules disk limit exceeded

hi, can you delete my files from node-modules?

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Hi @Erensi_28,

I just deleted your node_modules directory and your project is unsuspended. In order to prevent the project from continuously being suspended, I removed the most recent packages you added to package.json which means your app is not currently functional. The packages I removed:

  • ms
  • passport
  • quick.db
  • request
  • url

These were the packages that tipped the size over, but I see you are also including ffmpeg in your project. ffmpeg is a particularly large package that often eats up a lot of space – I would recommend removing ffmpeg and re-adding the packages I removed to keep everything small enough.

Let us know if you have additional issues!

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Hi @lyzidiamond, does node_modules get included in the git repo, and contribute to project disk space with multiple versions?

As far as I know, node_modules has it own space, git owns separated space and so does asset.

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If you’re using pnpm as your package manager (which is the default) then your node_modules directory is stored in shared space (which is limited to 1Gb) doesn’t take up room in your project’s space. In any case, node_modules is gitignored, so by default won’t be included in your project’s repo.

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