Hi Cloudron team,
I have a Cloudron instance running on an Azure VM right now, and was investigating why my storage bills were much higher than expected (and steadily growing), and seem to have found that disk IO may be the culprit.
My instance started with a number of running apps, and was running at a fairly constant 40 write operations per second initially, and as I temporarily stopped apps to investigate, it decreased proportionately, but even with 0 apps running it was still doing an average of 7 write operations per second:
Curious if you're able to reproduce this, and whether you have any ideas on what's causing this constant disk IO, and any tips on how to reduce idle disk activity on Cloudron itself as well as on apps.
Prior to stopping all my apps, I was accruing around $30 per month of storage costs for 30GB of standard Azure SSD storage, when an idle 30 GB ssd should cost only $2.4: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/managed-disks/, to give you a sense of the costs involved.