On Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 2:12:25 AM UTC+2, Yuraeitha wrote:
> On Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 10:55:15 AM UTC+1, beso wrote:
> > Something is eating free space in my system. It step by step decreasing. I 
> > haven't found any good solution for that.
> I forgot to add, before you right click on the /rw folder of any VM you might 
> suspect to have space issues, make sure first that invisible folders and 
> files are shown, otherwise they won't be counted in the size calculation. In 
> fedora templates, the normal files window manager, simply just hold Ctrl, and 
> then type "H" once. Then all hidden files should be shown in that folder, and 
> all sub-folders, and a more accurate measure of the actual used size will 
> show.
> For example Firefox's hidden folder in /home is usually use several 100MB's, 
> and it can make a difference in your size comparison. Thunderbird can also be 
> quite big, i.e. my Thunderbird hidden folder in /home is several GB's in 
> size. 
> Keep in mind that /rw (read / write) folder, is where your /home folder is, 
> among other folders, which an AppVM needs to have write access to.

Thank for the answer. Actually I didn't understand "qvm-ls --format disk" 
command. So I couldn't compare them. I trimmed again all my appvm-s, I got back 
about 5G. 
One strange thing for me - in case I start some appvm, free space is increasing 
about 500MB. It is different every time.
So its increasing and then starts decreasing. Sometimes this decreasing stops 
but sometime it goes to 0.  

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