I use LXD casually and on this machine have been using it for pihole and, just recently, Jellyfin. Stupidly, while I added in devices from the host for my Jellyfin media etc, I did not notice that Jellyfin was filling up my small ZFS loop file (5GB) with transcodes.
I believe that this storage volume is completely full and now nothing relating to LXD is working enough for me to recover the situation, so I am keen for any thoughts.
I should be able to recreate these two environments pretty quickly, but thought I would post here in case there is anything helpful for improving the resilience of LXD in these situations.
$ lxc start jellyfin $ lxc stop jellyfin $ lxc exec jellyfin bash $ lxc storage list`
just hang forever.
I tried to add an extra GB to my ZFS loopback following this guide:
but it hangs forever on:
$ sudo zpool set autoexpand=on lxd
Any logs etc that would be helpful, please let me know.
I am running Ubuntu:
$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS Release: 18.04 Codename: bionic $ which lxd /snap/bin/lxd $ which lxc /snap/bin/lxc
LXD snap version:
installed: 4.9 (18772) 74MB