On 6/16/19 7:22 AM, Deelaka wrote:
I've been facing the same issue the past couple
of months with massive
updates. Thankfully the last update of last night which downloaded
roughly 3.6GB went smoothly though it failed in the middle 2-3 times
due to low space.
I agree with your conclusion, Zypper should implement a check of some
sort and warn the user if it detects the root partition will
potentially fill up to a 100%, For this to be done, I think if maybe
there was a "--dry-run" option in snapper, so that we (or Zypper)
could retrieve the space that the ensuing snapshot would take, it'd be
possible since snapshot sizes are what is currently unaccounted for.
Yes exactly. This would be good in general and especially for users that
run out of disk space and do not know about 'snapper delete' or how to
recover the situation.
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