Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)
I am running Roon Core version 1.8 (build814) on a Debian linux system. It is installed on my server with i5-9400 CPU and 16GB RAM on Samsung EVO 256 SSD.
All my music files are stored in this machine, approx. 8TB of storage capacity.
My Roon remote is installed on a Mac mini running Catalina 10.15.7, version 1.8 (build814)
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Roon core and Roon Bridge are connected via wired ethernet, Roon Remote via WiFi, all on the sane network.
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Roon Bridge is connected to the audio device via USB, using WASAPI
Description Of Issue
Yesterday I opened my Mac mini to listen to some music and I could not connect to my room core. I was entering my credentials and the system was asking me either to unauthorised the existing core or to set a new one.
I restored from my backup the latest image and settings overnight and I managed to log successfully.
However, I received a warning from my linux system that my system disk is full.
Having a look in what changed , I saw that the disk space used has doubled since last night and the only thing changed has been the room restore process.
While stopping and starting soon server, I noticed that room has been filling my system disk.
How can I stop this and reclaim back the used space?
Attached you may find the image taken, where you can see the red area has doubled overnight.