Hi. I have a new installation of nextcloud in a VM with Ubuntu 20.
At the moment there are only four users and inside we insert some documents and some files for a total of 20 gigabytes.
In the SDA3 disk I found this situation :
Dimensione: 370.84 GB
Disponibile: 39.62 GB
looking inside the disk I can’t find large files or folders.
Do you have any suggestions on how to find who occupies almost all the disk space?
In your case check underlying disk space.
Also, check disk space allocated to your user accounts under admin settings. Most likely they have a space limit assigned of 20gb, which you can change.
underlying disk space
I mount a shared folder for veeam backup and I think in the gui of nextcloud the report isn’t correct.
In my account I haven’t the limit assigned.
check disk space allocated to your user accounts under admin settings. Most likely they have a space limit assigned of 20gb, which you can change.
I can’t find these settings that you are recommending to me.
I only see the space limits to the folders I’m going to create but I can’t find the disk space limits.
Check under Users in admin panel.
If still confused try admin documentation, Google or search forum. Easy enough to find.
Inside the user panel I find the settings item where I find the setting: default quota. It is set to unlimited.
My problem, however, is related to the space shown in the system page as shown in the photo above …
Can you try running this command:
df -TPk | grep -wv 'overlay\|tmpfs\|devtmpfs\|squashfs'
I believe this is roughly what the monitor app is doing to get the disk info
I have this
root@vmi655047:~# df -TPk | grep -wv ‘overlay|tmpfs|devtmpfs|squashfs’
Filesystem Type 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on
/dev/sda3 ext4 409733672 347483484 41367196 90% /
/dev/sda2 ext4 2029392 83840 1824416 5% /boot
188.8.131.52:/mnt/Dati/iocage/images nfs4 6866940672 891114368 5975826304 13% /mnt/adalab
But in the / folder I can’t find the folder or file that use this space.