Just had the message:
Low disk space.. 2 GB left
Judging by a posted message on ubuntu.org forums, I found that I have a .log file in
/var/log at 22 GB in size! My root is an 82 GB partition and Disk Analyser shows the offender to be in log. The system root was installed circa 8 months ago, so clearly this is not a good thing in creating a 22 GB log on an 82 GB root partition.
Is it safe to delete the log file or please advise on the correct safe procedure to cleanse it without messing up my system. I presume it may be ok, but would like some other opinions before I do the task of delete.