I tried working around this problem by creating a folder
/someotherDisc/dejaDupCache and then symbolic linking ~/.cache/deja-dup
to it. This works for some time. The folder grows beyond the size of the
space available on the "original" filesystem. But some time during the
backup-process the link is removed and a new folder ~/.cache/deja-dup is
created which again has too little available space

This makes deja-dup unusable for me

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