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Thread: Timeshift - "Not enough disk space"

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    Timeshift - "Not enough disk space"

    Hi
    I am having issues with timeshift on my server (ubuntu 20.04). It has been working great for a long time, but recently the snapshots have taken a very long time (hanging at typically 99.XX%).
    So I started investigating and I ended up removing all my snapshots hoping that that would solve the issue. But after I tried again it only shows "Not enough disk space (< 1TB)".
    I have a few large disks mounted, but I have excluded them (I even tried to unmount them). No luck.
    My / is a 250GB SSH with only 75GB used and my snapshot drive is a drive with 464GB free.
    I am using Rsync.

    I have tried to exclude everything that I can think of and I even excluded /*** for testing, but no luck...

    Any idea?

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    Re: Timeshift - "Not enough disk space"

    Can you please post the output of this:

    Code:
    df -h

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    Re: Timeshift - "Not enough disk space"

    Did you houseclean trash?
    Space is still used until trash emptied.
    UEFI boot install & repair info - Regularly Updated :
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2147295
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