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Cannot run apt-get upgrade due to disk space
Very inexperienced in server administration. I have a droplet with 60GB of disk space and an attached volume with an extra 500GB to store the Bitcoin blockchain. If I now try to run
sudo apt-get upgrade it complains that I have used all my disk space.
df -h which shows me that my droplet space is all used up but I have over 400GB left on the volume (the blockchain hasn’t fully synced yet).
Did I supposed to install the blockchain on the volume specifically and preserve the droplet storage so I can update packages etc? I just assumed a volume would increase the total storage space and then not need to concern myself with it.
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