While I try to free up my disk space, I noticed that my Google Chrome profile is consuming an unusually large amount of disk space. The file system visualization tool points to the Service Worker Cache Storage folder consuming a lot of disk space.
To see the top list of sites, in Google Chrome, go to Settings → Privacy and security → Site Settings → View permissions and data stored across sites → Sort by: Data stored.
Then I see this… (I showed the top 2 subdomains for each site for comparison) …and noticed a pattern. Most of them belong to Discourse instances.
After clearing the cache storage consumed by Discorse, 5 GB of disk space has been freed. (From 8.2 GB → 3.2 GB.)
Not sure if this is a bug in Discourse or why across the web Discourse instances seem to take up majority of the service worker cache.