Solved "Everything Else" takes more than 120GB. Can I manually delete old and unused backups from the disk?
Initially I had my backups on the filesystem but a few days ago I set them up with Backblaze (I also clicked "Cleanup Backup" before switching, thinking to free up disk space).
Is it normal that "Everything else" takes 120+GB of space?
By using a few times
du -shx * | sort -rh | head -10starting from root, I found out that the biggest "offenders" outside of the yellowtent home folder are:
libare all needed or my server will probably die.
backupsI have four folders with old dates in the format
YYYY-MM-DD-HHMMSS-XXXwhich count for >99% of those 85G.
So my real question is: is it safe to remove them with a simple
@stefano Cloudron will not touch the backups in the old backup storage when you change storage. So if you made at least one successful full backup afterwards to backblaze, it is safe to purge the old backup data on the disk itself.
@nebulon Thanks for confirming!