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  1. Hi, i was wondering why one of my server told me his 100 % rootfs. It is a very light installation of ubuntu server. So i researched the reason and found Btsync as the bad guy. I have 2 other btsync installation and found the same symptom there. The /var/lib/btsync is messing up the rootfs and i got more than 10g there! Why? That's not common in linux to mess up the rootfs with a small programm. I found it on my raspberry as well. There was more than 2,4g antoher installation had 8,5g occupied space by BTsync. So why there are such big db files saved in /var/lib/btsync? Why is there no clean up of them? the db are getting bigger and bigger and will break down any system in the future. What is the workaround for that issue? br DIrk