I've been running out of memory on some of my small-footprint Ubuntu appliances. I noticed that
snapd was running and using lots and lots of RAM. I took a chance and stopped the
snapd service and things are still functioning, but I'm wondering if my machine is going to reboot properly.
What I want to know is, are there core services in a generic install of Ubuntu 16.04 server that require snaps to function?
Also, what are all the services that I need to disable with
systemctl to get rid of