I am trying to update from 1.18.0 to 1.19.1. Unfortunately the update breaks with the message “/usr/local/etc/library.sh: line 130: echo: write error: No space left on device”
Unfortunately my knowledge of Linux is not good.
df prints the following. What can I delete from the LOGS?
Or can I enlarge the partition?
if I enter the command “free -m” from the link there seems to be enough swap
total used free shared buff/cache available
Mem: 1996 433 122 42 1440 1460
Swap: 3046 0 3046
sudo nano /etc/dphys-swapfile
# /etc/dphys-swapfile - user settings for dphys-swapfile package
# author Neil Franklin, last modification 2010.05.05
# copyright ETH Zuerich Physics Departement
# use under either modified/non-advertising BSD or GPL license
# this file is sourced with . so full normal sh syntax applies
# the default settings are added as commented out CONF_*=* lines
# where we want the swapfile to be, this is the default
# set size to absolute value, leaving empty (default) then uses computed value
# you most likely don't want this, unless you have an special disk situation
# set size to computed value, this times RAM size, dynamically adapts,
# guarantees that there is enough swap without wasting disk space on excess
# restrict size (computed and absolute!) to maximally this limit
# can be set to empty for no limit, but beware of filled partitions!
# this is/was a (outdated?) 32bit kernel limit (in MBytes), do not overrun it
# but is also sensible on 64bit to prevent filling /var or even / partition