Currently I am receiving warning messages about low disk space every few minutes. The warning message says
The volume "home" has only 1.1 GB disk space remaining.
Receiving the warning periodically is fine, but the warning has now poped up 10 times during the last hour. Is there any way I can adjust the frequency of this warning, such that I only get the warning once every n hours or if the free disk space gets even lower?
With help from Mike's answer, I found some relevant settings in
dconf-editor. One of them looks like it should do what I want. But it appears it isn't working.
I also found that the free space on the partition is going up and down over time. Apparently leaving any stackexchange pages open causes Chromium to continuously write to disk and periodically clean up. Each time this causes the disk usage to go above the threshold and below the threshold again, I get another warning regardless of the
Is there a way to stop varying disk usage from causing excessive warnings without completely disabling the warnings? (As a temporary workaround I created a file with 200MB of zeros, just to keep the disk usage on the same side of the alert threshold for now.)