I am a bit confused by the disk usage setting.
On my device, I have 128 GB available and the disk is already full, it says. However, the numbers don't seem to add up. They roughly say:
- 3.21 GB available
- Nextcloud: 19 GB
- Docker Images: 4.7 GB
- Everything else: 93.3 GB
The Nextcloud desktop client says that I have 66 GB in use. My previous calculation says there should be at least 20 GB more available on the disk to use. Is the Nextcloud data being saved on the system partition and not in the app itself?
It shouldn't be the backup, this goes to external S3 storage.
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Just to let you know: Cloudron use GiB and MiB, so remember to convert the 128GB.
Check if you have old dump MySQL files on your storage, that's a usual cause of unexpected use of space
That does not explain the difference, I am afraid.
Nextcloud itself shows 60 GB disk usage at the moment, whereas Cloudron shows that the app uses 19 GB.
Also, the question is why "everything else" is 88 GB, although it should be Nextcloud data.
@fbartels No, I didn't change it (yet) from the default value.
@ekevu123 Oddly, the value has just changed for some reason. Not it is correct. Not sure why, it was completely different 20 minutes ago.
MooCloud_Matt last edited by MooCloud_Matt
@ekevu123 storage space is checked every 12h, not in real-time.
Yes, collectd is set to monitor 2 times every 24h.
Also for nextcloud, note the default deletion policy - https://docs.cloudron.io/apps/nextcloud/#managing-deleted-files