I have a 32GiB USB3.0 system disk which has hit 99% of used space, and I would like to know what could I do to safely free up some disk space.
My 10 biggest in size files/folders are:
The responsible for the space taken is the "/var/log" folder, which went from several hundred MiB to almost 13GiB
I have done pretty a lot of rsync jobs lately. Before this jobs, the system drive was at around 60% capacity (18-19GiB) so I know the rsync tasks are the responsible for the space taken but i do not know if I could safely remove (all or some) logs or any other files created in the process.
Thanks in advance.