Disk space seems to go no where no matter how much i delete, what am i doing wrong?
Hi @RanarTheWrathful - this help doc has some tips on how to lower disk space. What you may be running into, depending on what dependencies your project has, a hidden cache folder or maybe git history taking up the space. If you run
du -lh in the terminal you can see a list of directories and how much space they’re taking up.
I’m seeing from the manual:
-l, --count-links count sizes many times if hard linked
cd .data dd if=/dev/zero of=orig bs=1M count=150 cp orig copy # fails, out of space rm copy ln orig c1 ln orig c2 ln orig c3 du -h # 151M . du -lh # 603M . df -h . # /dev/loop31 200M 153M 37M 81% /app dd if=/dev/zero of=more bs=1M count=16 # succeeds
hardlinks seem to work normally
because that’s just how i’ve been doing it since before i even got here and don’t want to have to go into the inner workings of the command to help someone out in the moment!