I have a N8n cloud subscription, but created a self-hosted version in able to change the process mode so it could react under 3sec to Twitter’s CRC.
Now I’m not an expert on digital ocean and all that, but I’d like to clear some storage. Currently it is using 7GB, and I dont believe it has to be that much. How can I clear this up?
What I’ve done so far;
docker system prune (no result)
changed docker file and added several parameters;
(duration of storing executions for 72hrs, data prun, and vacuum - see image below)
rebooted several times (system as well as docker compose up/down)
I’ve tried to delete the executions (56k of them), but it gives me a 502 error (too many to delete?)
There seems to be no change in disk usage. Is there anything else I can do? Like, selecting a folder and just delete it?
- **n8n version: 0.0.194.0
- **Database you’re using (default: SQLite): no idea, I use docker
- **Running n8n with the execution process [own(default), main]: main
- **Running n8n via [Docker, npm, n8n.cloud, desktop app]: docker