Syslog grow to 120gb without any change

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Hey,

i think you need to identify the software responsible for this grown of the syslog file and then read the log entries written to the syslog to understand why this is happening and what to do about it.

Okey now i deleted it, and the problem is generated by filebeat.
But i have to folders that i dont know what:
/dev/loop1 92M 92M 0 100% /snap/core/8592
/dev/loop0 92M 92M 0 100% /snap/core/8689

What is this 2 loop?

Hey,

i don’t think that these files are part of ownCloud so i’m not sure if asking a question about the files in an ownCloud support forums makes sense. :frowning_face:

Have you tried to use e.g. google to see if you can find more information about these folders?

In google i found nothing a few infos about that this is could be some guest login maybe.
But because this is on an owncloud server it is the easiest to ask here.

As Tom mentioned:

Not an ownCloud issue - Linux issue.

I would suggest widening your Linux knowledge by using google :slight_smile:

If you have an ownCloud related issue, feel free to come back here, we are glad to help.

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