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    Lightbulb snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Hi, everyone!


    I have Kubuntu 20.04 and recently I encountered a situation where there was no more free space on the disk.

    There I have 2 partitions: sda2 (37GB) and sda3 (197GB)

    After
    Code:
    df -h
    Code:
    Filesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    udev            7,7G     0  7,7G   0% /dev
    tmpfs           1,6G   51M  1,5G   4% /run
    /dev/sda2        37G   35G     0 100% /
    tmpfs           7,8G  239M  7,5G   4% /dev/shm
    tmpfs           5,0M  4,0K  5,0M   1% /run/lock
    tmpfs           7,8G     0  7,8G   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
    /dev/loop3      111M  111M     0 100% /snap/core/12834
    /dev/loop2      128K  128K     0 100% /snap/acrordrdc/62
    /dev/loop4      112M  112M     0 100% /snap/core/12941
    /dev/loop1      133M  133M     0 100% /snap/chromium/1993
    /dev/loop5       56M   56M     0 100% /snap/core18/2409
    /dev/loop0      128K  128K     0 100% /snap/bare/5
    /dev/loop6       18M   18M     0 100% /snap/chromium-ffmpeg/24
    /dev/loop7       62M   62M     0 100% /snap/core20/1405
    /dev/loop8      133M  133M     0 100% /snap/chromium/1985
    /dev/loop9      249M  249M     0 100% /snap/gnome-3-38-2004/99
    /dev/loop11      66M   66M     0 100% /snap/gtk-common-themes/1515
    /dev/loop13     170M  170M     0 100% /snap/spotify/58
    /dev/loop14      67M   67M     0 100% /snap/walc/19
    /dev/loop15      83M   83M     0 100% /snap/whatsdesk/25
    /dev/loop16      44M   44M     0 100% /snap/snapd/15177
    /dev/loop17     163M  163M     0 100% /snap/gnome-3-28-1804/145
    /dev/loop19      73M   73M     0 100% /snap/youtube-music-desktop-app/6
    /dev/loop20     323M  323M     0 100% /snap/wine-platform-6-stable/14
    /dev/loop21     153M  153M     0 100% /snap/skype/209
    /dev/loop18      83M   83M     0 100% /snap/whatsdesk/28
    /dev/loop22     248M  248M     0 100% /snap/gnome-3-38-2004/87
    /dev/loop23     918M  918M     0 100% /snap/libreoffice/254
    /dev/loop24     347M  347M     0 100% /snap/wine-platform-runtime/298
    /dev/loop25      62M   62M     0 100% /snap/core20/1434
    /dev/loop26      56M   56M     0 100% /snap/core18/2344
    /dev/loop27      45M   45M     0 100% /snap/snapd/15534
    /dev/loop28     170M  170M     0 100% /snap/spotify/60
    /dev/loop29     161M  161M     0 100% /snap/opera/176
    /dev/loop31     165M  165M     0 100% /snap/gnome-3-28-1804/161
    /dev/loop30     153M  153M     0 100% /snap/skype/206
    /dev/loop32     323M  323M     0 100% /snap/wine-platform-6-stable/19
    /dev/loop33      72M   72M     0 100% /snap/walc/17
    /dev/loop34     626M  626M     0 100% /snap/libreoffice/250
    /dev/loop35      23M   23M     0 100% /snap/chromium-ffmpeg/26
    /dev/loop36      66M   66M     0 100% /snap/gtk-common-themes/1519
    /dev/sda1       476M  5,3M  470M   2% /boot/efi
    /dev/sda3       197G   75G  112G  40% /home
    tmpfs           1,6G   28K  1,6G   1% /run/user/1000
    /dev/loop37     347M  347M     0 100% /snap/wine-platform-runtime/299
    /dev/loop12     162M  162M     0 100% /snap/opera/177
    After
    Code:
    sudo du -sh /*
    Code:
    0       /0
    0       /bin
    2,6G    /boot
    4,0K    /cdrom
    0       /dev
    14M     /etc
    75G     /home
    0       /lib
    0       /lib32
    0       /lib64
    0       /libx32
    16K     /lost+found
    24K     /media
    4,0K    /mnt
    2,0G    /opt
    4,0K    /packages.expandrive.gpg
    0       /proc
    94M     /root
    51M     /run
    0       /sbin
    19G     /snap
    4,0K    /srv
    1,8G    /swapfile
    0       /sys
    303M    /timeshift
    5,5M    /tmp
    20G     /usr
    8,4G    /var
    I've seen that my /snap weights 19GB and I wanted to remove it to sda3(/home) and make a link with it.

    I made
    Code:
    sudo mv /snap /home/snap
    ln -s /home/snap /snap
    Checking:
    Code:
    ls -la /
    Code:
    lrwxrwxrwx   1 root root         snap -> /home/snap
    And after that, which is very surprising on sda2 did not appear more free space:
    Code:
    pydf
    Code:
    Filesystem  Size  Used Avail Use%              Mounted on                                         
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /                                                  
    /dev/sda1   475M 5356k  470M  1.1 [..........] /boot/efi                                          
    /dev/sda3   197G   45G  142G 22.8 [##........] /home                                              
    /dev/sdb2  2705G   74G 2494G  2.7 [..........] /media/zephyr/c0166034-738b-483a-b012-e4593a9a36991
    /dev/sdb2  2705G   74G 2494G  2.7 [..........] /run/timeshift/backup                              
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /tmp/snap.rootfs_2yNIqG                            
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /tmp/snap.rootfs_6C3MMF                            
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /tmp/snap.rootfs_80WMVW                            
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /tmp/snap.rootfs_PhovB1                            
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /tmp/snap.rootfs_UpT73j                            
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /tmp/snap.rootfs_lXNz2g                            
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /tmp/snap.rootfs_mjn9Kw                            
    /dev/sda2    36G   32G 2370M 88.5 [#########.] /tmp/snap.rootfs_uf53ft
    (some free space freed up after
    Code:
    sudo apt autoremove
    sudo apt autoclean
    but just a few GB not 19GB)
    And I've lost few my applications: Spotify, YouTube Music, Skype, WhatsApp (their icons disappeared after reboot), they aren't launch and:
    Code:
    snap list --all | grep spotify
    return nothing
    Some of my apps from /snap are working: Chrome, Opera, but anyway:
    Code:
    snap list --all | grep opera
    return
    Code:
    opera - 177 latest/stable  opera-software*  broken
    As I understtod, these 19GB are splitted in these 8 parties by 2370Mb and when I tryed to erase it:
    Code:
    sudo rm -rf /tmp/snap.rootfs_2yNIqG/
    I had
    Code:
    rm: cannot remove '/tmp/snap.rootfs_2yNIqG/': Device or resource busy
    Right now I still have the same situation with not enough free space on sda2 (where is my 19 GB?) and I can't re-install Spotify from Discover application, for example.

    Guys, any ideas what can do useful in this case? Is this possible to get back these apps and solve not enough space problem on sda2?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Nothing is stored in /snap. /snap is used as a mountpoint for your snaps, but the actual disk space of those snaps is in /var – and as they are compressed, the storage they need in /var is less than their apparent size in /snap. It must be around 8GB. After moving /snap, the snap applications can no longer be found.

    More remarkable is your /usr at 20GB. It's usually closer to 10GB. You must have quite a lot there.

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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    You didn't include /var in that list. Often /var/log can be large if either you have recurring hardware issues or the logs aren't rotated with something like logrotate. How big is /var?

    On a recent installation of KDE Neon, which uses 20.04 as the base, I have about 9 GB in /usr. I'd run "cd /var; du -s *" to see what's hiding in there.
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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Quote Originally Posted by Impavidus View Post
    After moving /snap, the snap applications can no longer be found.
    And I can't re-move /snap back on /sda2, bcz there are just 2.3GB free, but /snap is 19GB.

    Quote Originally Posted by SeijiSensei View Post
    How big is /var?
    8.4GB
    Quote Originally Posted by SeijiSensei View Post
    I'd run "cd /var; du -s *" to see what's hiding in there.
    Code:
    du: cannot read directory './spool/rsyslog': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './spool/cups': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './spool/cron/crontabs': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './log/cups': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './log/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './log/samba/cores': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './tmp/systemd-private-4960bc7d1c624d688bed32ccfb76ca65-systemd-resolved.service-zR
    mf4i': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './tmp/systemd-private-4960bc7d1c624d688bed32ccfb76ca65-ModemManager.service-ddpepi
    ': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './tmp/systemd-private-4960bc7d1c624d688bed32ccfb76ca65-systemd-logind.service-01Vk
    Ah': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './tmp/systemd-private-4960bc7d1c624d688bed32ccfb76ca65-haveged.service-eNip8i': Pe
    rmission denied
    du: cannot read directory './tmp/systemd-private-4960bc7d1c624d688bed32ccfb76ca65-switcheroo-control.service-
    2ugqHg': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './tmp/systemd-private-4960bc7d1c624d688bed32ccfb76ca65-upower.service-dl9pji': Per
    mission denied
    du: cannot read directory './tmp/systemd-private-4960bc7d1c624d688bed32ccfb76ca65-systemd-timesyncd.service-Z
    cM9li': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './cache/apt/archives/partial': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './cache/apparmor/26b63962.0': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './cache/cups': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './cache/ldconfig': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './cache/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/apt/lists/partial': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/colord/.cache': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/AccountsService/users': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/mysql': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/mysql-files': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/NetworkManager': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/update-notifier/package-data-downloads/partial': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/mysql-keyring': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/sddm': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/polkit-1': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/bluetooth/D4:6A:6A:DF:05:14': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/snapd/snapshots': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/snapd/cache': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/snapd/cookie': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/snapd/void': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/udisks2': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/strongswan': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/fwupd/gnupg': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/samba/winbindd_privileged': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/samba/private/msg.sock': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/lightdm': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory './lib/ubuntu-advantage/private': Permission denied
    4135932 .
    

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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Quote Originally Posted by kunzhut View Post
    And I can't re-move /snap back on /sda2, bcz there are just 2.3GB free, but /snap is 19GB.
    No, /snap is really (mostly) empty. Just as you gained no free space by moving it to /home, it won't cost you free space if you move it back.

    Try the other command with sudo:
    Code:
    sudo du -sk /var/*
    But I'm also interested in /usr, which is remarkably large:
    Code:
    du -sk /usr/*

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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Appreciate the data, but it has a bunch of junk. Let's get exactly the stuff we need and not the other junk.

    Code:
    df -hT -x squashfs -x tmpfs -x devtmpfs
    du -sh /* |sort -h
    lsblk -e 7 -o name,size,type,fstype,mountpoint
    Loop mounts don't use storage. They point at already used locations on real storage.
    Sorting output let's us ignore trivial areas. That's what the du command above does well.
    If the system was installed in 20.04 or later, you probably have a swapfile using space in / that just isn't needed there. If you have other storage, you can either move that swapfile there or switch back to the swap partition/LVM-LV method and never worry about it again. GPT partitioning removed the dumb limitation on primary partitions, so there really isn't any need to have swapfiles.

    Anyway, you have some options.

    Almost everything related to snaps is hardcoded and they won't work if moved. Beware. Unless the snaps are single-user installed, not system-installed.

    /var on my 22.04 system is 367M. If you don't have any virtual machines, there is little reason to allow var larger than 2G.
    Last edited by TheFu; May 19th, 2022 at 05:23 PM.

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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Quote Originally Posted by Impavidus View Post
    Just as you gained no free space by moving it to /home, it won't cost you free space if you move it back.
    But, anyway, when I've tried to copy it back via Midnight Commander after sudo and after some time I had error «No more free space», something like that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Impavidus View Post
    Try the other command with sudo:
    Code:
    sudo du -sk /var/*
    Code:
    8036    /var/backups
    232304  /var/cache
    4       /var/crash
    6776952 /var/lib
    4       /var/local
    0       /var/lock
    7468    /var/log
    4       /var/mail
    4       /var/metrics
    4       /var/opt
    0       /var/run
    11532   /var/snap
    52      /var/spool
    60      /var/tmp
    Quote Originally Posted by Impavidus View Post
    But I'm also interested in /usr, which is remarkably large:
    Code:
    du -sk /usr/*
    Code:
    544560  /usr/bin
    2320    /usr/games
    24848   /usr/include
    12855524        /usr/lib
    4       /usr/lib32
    16      /usr/lib64
    15864   /usr/libexec
    4       /usr/libx32
    116     /usr/local
    101340  /usr/sbin
    2435164 /usr/share
    3523896 /usr/src
    Quote Originally Posted by TheFu View Post
    Code:
    df -hT -x squashfs -x tmpfs -x devtmpfs
    Code:
    Filesystem     Type     Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/sda2      ext4      37G   33G  2,3G  94% /
    /dev/sda1      vfat     476M  5,3M  470M   2% /boot/efi
    /dev/sda3      ext4     197G   45G  142G  25% /home
    /dev/sdb2      ext4     2,7T   74G  2,5T   3% /run/timeshift/backup
    /dev/sdb1      fuseblk  977G  322G  656G  33% /media/zephyr/My Passport1
    Quote Originally Posted by TheFu View Post
    Code:
    du -sh /* |sort -h lsblk -e 7 -o name,size,type,fstype,mountpoint
    Code:
    sort: invalid option -- 'e'
    Try 'sort --help' for more information.
    du: cannot read directory '/boot/efi': Permission denied
    Quote Originally Posted by TheFu View Post
    If the system was installed in 20.04 or later, you probably have a swapfile using space in / that just isn't needed there. If you have other storage, you can either move that swapfile there or switch back to the swap partition/LVM-LV method and never worry about it again. GPT partitioning removed the dumb limitation on primary partitions, so there really isn't any need to have swapfiles.
    I made
    Code:
    sudo swapoff -a && sudo swapon -a
    but anyway in my / is located 1.7 GB swapfile.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheFu View Post
    If you don't have any virtual machines, there is little reason to allow var larger than 2G.
    I had VirtualBox but uninstall it before these operations.
    Last edited by kunzhut; May 19th, 2022 at 06:06 PM.

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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Quote Originally Posted by kunzhut View Post
    Code:
    sort: invalid option -- 'e'
    Try 'sort --help' for more information.
    du: cannot read directory '/boot/efi': Permission denied

    I made
    Code:
    sudo swapoff -a && sudo swapon -a
    but anyway in my / is located 1.7 GB swapfile.

    I had VirtualBox but uninstall it before these operations.
    When I look at my post, I see 3 separate lines, not 2. Somehow, in your use, the lsblk was merged with the command on the line above. That isn't correct. Should be 2 separate lines.
    Code:
    du -sh /* |sort -h
    
    lsblk -e 7 -o name,size,type,fstype,mountpoint
    These commands make it easier to zoom in on the issues. Other posters have manually done that already, probably. I like to have the computer sort things for me so my stupid human brain doesn't get confused.

    Disabling and re-enabling swap doesn't do anything but waste time. If you don't move the swapfile and fix the /etc/fstab, it wasn't helpful.

    Virtualbox puts VMs into a HOME directory, doesn't it? Other hypervisors like Xen or KVM with libvirt use /var/lib/libvirt/ for VM storage if file-based VMs are used. It is an enterprise vs hobbyist difference.

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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFu View Post
    Should be 2 separate lines.
    Oh, yeah, my bad.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheFu View Post
    Code:
    du -sh /* |sort -h
    Code:
    du: cannot read directory '/boot/efi': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/dev/vboxusb': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/etc/ipsec.d/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/etc/ssl/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/etc/cups/ssl': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/etc/polkit-1/localauthority': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/lost+found': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core18/2344/var/cache/ldconfig': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core18/2344/var/lib/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core18/2344/root': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core18/2344/etc/ssl/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core18/2409/var/cache/ldconfig': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core18/2409/var/lib/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core18/2409/root': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core18/2409/etc/ssl/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1405/var/cache/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1405/var/cache/ldconfig': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1405/var/lib/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1405/var/lib/snapd/void': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1405/root': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1405/etc/ssl/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1434/var/cache/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1434/var/cache/ldconfig': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1434/var/lib/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1434/var/lib/snapd/void': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1434/root': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core20/1434/etc/ssl/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/var/cache/ldconfig': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/var/spool/cron/crontabs': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/var/spool/rsyslog': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/var/lib/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/var/lib/waagent': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/var/lib/snapd/void': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/var/lib/machines': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/root': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12941/etc/ssl/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/var/cache/ldconfig': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/var/spool/cron/crontabs': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/var/spool/rsyslog': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/var/lib/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/var/lib/waagent': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/var/lib/snapd/void': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/var/lib/machines': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/root': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/home/snap/core/12834/etc/ssl/private': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/lost+found': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/media/zephyr/My Passport': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/media/zephyr/c0166034-738b-483a-b012-e4593a9a3699': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/media/zephyr/AOMEI_PE': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/media/zephyr/c0166034-738b-483a-b012-e4593a9a36991/lost+found': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/media/zephyr/c0166034-738b-483a-b012-e4593a9a36991/timeshift/snapshots/2022-02-14
    _21-00-01/localhost/boot/efi': Permission denied
    du: cannot read directory '/media/zephyr/c0166034-738b-483a-b012-e4593a9a36991/timeshift/snapshots/2022-02-14
    _21-00-01/localhost/root': Permission denied
    Quote Originally Posted by TheFu View Post
    Code:
    lsblk -e 7 -o name,size,type,fstype,mountpoint
    Code:
    NAME     SIZE TYPE FSTYPE MOUNTPOINT
    sda    238,5G disk         
    ├─sda1   476M part vfat   /boot/efi
    ├─sda2  37,3G part ext4   /
    └─sda3 200,8G part ext4   /home
    sdb      3,7T disk         
    ├─sdb1 976,6G part ntfs   /media/zephyr/My Passport1
    └─sdb2   2,7T part ext4   /run/timeshift/backup

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    Re: snap crashed on Kubuntu 20.04 and no free space

    Your /boot is huge for some reason.
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