I attempted to backup to mounted storage and ran out of room on my main filesystem which contains weaviate. I don’t know how to free up that space to walk it back… any ideas of commands or folders that I can look through to help free up some space to make the server useable?
Also why would my main drive fill up if I was trying to backup to a larger mounted drive? mounted drive for weaviate is different then the mounted drive for backup btw… I was hoping that I could move mount to a new server instead of backup but I want to make sure I have a backup.
--- version: '3.4' services: weaviate: command: - --host - 0.0.0.0 - --port - '8080' - --scheme - http image: semitechnologies/weaviate:1.20.3 ports: - 8080:8080 restart: unless-stopped volumes: - /mnt/data-storage/weaviate:/var/lib/weaviate deploy: resources: reservations: devices: - capabilities: [gpu] environment: TRANSFORMERS_INFERENCE_API: 'http://t2v-transformers:8080' SPELLCHECK_INFERENCE_API: 'http://text-spellcheck:8080' QUERY_DEFAULTS_LIMIT: 25 AUTHENTICATION_ANONYMOUS_ACCESS_ENABLED: 'true' PERSISTENCE_DATA_PATH: '/var/lib/weaviate' DEFAULT_VECTORIZER_MODULE: 'text2vec-transformers' BACKUP_FILESYSTEM_PATH: '/mnt/blockstorage' ENABLE_MODULES: 'backup-filesystem,text2vec-transformers,text-spellcheck' CLUSTER_HOSTNAME: 'node1' LOG_LEVEL: 'debug'