Upon boot I consistently receive a
Low Disk Space warning informing me that "Filesystem root" has only XXXMB disk space remaining; XXX is diminishing with each boot and is getting dangerously low.
When I scan the filesystem with Disk Usage Analyzer it shows the Total filesystem capacity at 2.0TB (used: 154.0GB, available: 1.8TB). This makes sense to me.
However, the ring chart (and table) shows the size of
/ at 153.5GB and warns that it's at 100% usage, with the largest files (those that are causing the so-called 100% usage) residing in
My partitions are setup with
/sized at 14.30GB (
/dev/sda4) at 1.8TB.
I want my documents to be stored on
/dev/sda4 but they appear to ALSO be stored on
/dev/sda3 causing the partition to approach it maximum capacity and generate the
Low Disk Space warning.
What am I doing wrong? How can I set things up so that my data "Documents" is stored on the partition with the greatest capacity (
/dev/sda4) and NOT on the smaller partition (