I’m curious as to what’s going on here. To me it looks like the
./launcher cleanup process is having the opposite effect when comparing the before and after
Usage of /: measurements as well as the
I’m sure I’m missing something obvious.
System load: 0.07 Processes: 200 Usage of /: 34.5% of 29.40GB Users logged in: 0 Memory usage: 7% IP address for eth0: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Swap usage: 0% IP address for docker0: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx /var/discourse# ./launcher cleanup The following command will - Delete all docker images for old containers - Delete all stopped and orphan containers Are you sure (Y/n): y Starting Cleanup Deleted: cd94895da6cd554a18a90891d264693dd9e556a821bf594b572ebfa4d04cfb2d Deleted: c1f3dbda760cba96c5efc94554c3ebed5025f7e2a7d0a7a757b65bc31eb2780e Deleted: 2fdb7b2c0c6a531374e9e9d3236dd67f6d11f17fb9b8083692f6f14bbd4d50b1 13527736 15428344 ./launcher cleanup cleared up -1900608 of disk space. root@myserver:/var/discourse# root@myserver:/var/discourse# exit logout Connection to discourse.myserver.com closed. My-MacBook-Pro:~ me$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.13.0-40-generic x86_64) * Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com/ System information as of Fri May 22 11:25:56 EDT 2015 System load: 0.04 Processes: 195 Usage of /: 50.7% of 29.40GB Users logged in: 0 Memory usage: 8% IP address for eth0: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Swap usage: 0% IP address for docker0: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx