I got an alert on my desktop saying that my home directory had only 1.8 GB remaining, which seemed odd to me because I thought I had a lot more than that. I keep my
/home directory on a separate partition with roughly 300GB, and I didn't think I had used that much.
There was a button to open the Disk Usage Analyzer, and this was what was displayed:
Two things confuse me.
It says I have
286.6 GBtotal space, of which only
60.8 GBis used, leaving
225.9 GBavailable. That being the case, why does it say 100% usage in the list of directories?
Storage is on a separate partition, with a symlinked directory in my home folder. Why is it being included in the total? (It isn't more than 1/3 full in any case).
If I run Disk Usage Analyzer as root, which was suggested to me as being potentially more informative, I actually get a display that has less information and just as confusing: