The /var (size: 1.9GB) partition on deployment-bastion fills to 95% or so pretty much daily.
The largest factor in this is log files:
thcipriani@deployment-bastion:log ❯ sudo du -chs /var/log/* | sort -rh | head 813M total 226M /var/log/account 45M /var/log/atop.log.4 45M /var/log/atop.log.1 44M /var/log/atop.log.9 44M /var/log/atop.log.11 43M /var/log/atop.log.7 39M /var/log/atop.log.2 38M /var/log/atop.log.6 34M /var/log/atop.log.8
Account is currently handled by /etc/cron.daily/acct which uses savelog, which doesn't gzip the most recent logfiles in case something is writing to it. Gziping that one log file (/var/log/account/pacct.0) is generally enough to keep deployment-bastion happy, but there are probably other things that can be done here.