So when making a Python Discord bot, my disk space suddenly filled up, and I cannot do anything about it. I cannot run prune, gc, or anything. I cannot find the .git files either. This is kind of time sensitive, as this is my beta bot, and I need to push a database fix!
You might want to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Can you also run
ls -a and show me the result?
That is not a command?
Did you run it in the terminal of your project?
Yes I did, and it said ‘command not found’
Can you send a screenshot of that?
Please run this command.
app@fantasy-lake-pulsar:~ 00:42 $ ls -a . .. .bash_history .cache .data .env .git .glitch-assets glitch.json .local .nano .profile public README.md requirements.txt server.py views
You do have a .git folder.
What happens when you run
git gc && git prune
It says no space.
Ok, try running this command:
rm -rf .git
Then check your space.
It stays the same.
ls to show all files/folders.
Try deleting your node_modules folder, run enable-pnpm in your terminal then run pnpm install.
There is no
node_modules folder on Glitch.
Even then, not much data there.
What’s shrinkwrap.yaml? It got imported into my git repo once.