I use this Docker Install which is pretty basic, it just allows for nginx use and OnlyOffice. I prefer OnlyOffice vs Collabora, and not really wanting to change that. Anyways. It all installs fine and works. So I migrated my data from a previous Nextcloud install and even though I have 800Gb for my Docker machine, and I migrated 56Gb from my old machine, It says I am running out of space. So after doing some research I did “df -h --total” in my command line and it shows me:
overlay 98G 90G 3.3G 97% /var/lib/docker/overlay2/215ae8c0afd1def91650ffdb7a80cea6a69a020969088bb806a047629d38d401/merged overlay 98G 90G 3.3G 97% /var/lib/docker/overlay2/8e92d5e848172d9bc64ca30081e3871a8208ffa01ba7c70b0968abe339caa459/merged overlay 98G 90G 3.3G 97% /var/lib/docker/overlay2/3fe9dca5cf8843c8b518fe1e896fd4fb28b0c625829e6a6123bed0f260ad952e/merged overlay 98G 90G 3.3G 97% /var/lib/docker/overlay2/f686eca43dd4abd6f63d43d335ac13f900c9cd434b1a143bcc0e5e7092b52532/merged
When I close the containers these disappear. I know that the image I use has 3 stacked containers. One for the OnlyOffice, one for NGINX, and one for Nextcloud. I have my data volume for Nextcloud binded to a folder on the host machine but I still get this issue.