A few minutes into a backintime auto snapshot last night this notification popped up: Didn't believe it, so immediately opened gparted: Showing that there is 83GB free on ultrabay (it's my backup drive in the ultrabay in the laptop).
There was no point in clicking on examine in the notification - this launches the 'disk usage analyser' which with a number of timeshift and backintime snapshots on the drive would take forever to run (and this happened just after midnight!).
Only other thing, but I don't think it's relevant, backintime is throwing up a lot of errors at the moment - there is a lot of stuff in /home owned by root because I'm running a chroot in there and building iso's.
Any ideas on what is misbehaving?
It's not running out of inodes:
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andy@T432 ~ $ df -i /dev/sdb2 Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on /dev/sdb2 54583296 3432236 51151060 7% /media/Ultrabay