When trying to install NPM modules on this repl I get an OS error.
The modules should be properly installed.
Steps to reproduce:
- Find an older Repl
- Try to install NPM modules on it
Bug appears at this link:
From my experience, most Repls don’t seem to use scratch disk at all for packages (new python templates included). One thing you can to to reduce storage usage quite a bit (up to ~half the size of the Repl), is to
rm -rf .cache, which uses your storage, not scratch for some reason.
This cleared ~200mb of storage but did not solve the issue with installing modules.
If you re-run that NPM command, could you share the contents of the debug log it generates? (Quick method to move to editor:
cp -r ~/.npm/_logs _logs, do remove afterwards for space reasons.)
I can’t do that I have no more account storage :noooooooo: and I can’t even use the tool I use to lessen account storage :noooooo:
If that’d be mine, you can just run the stuff it does manually if you need to, as long as files aren’t read-only.
i meant i use the repl the repl i am currently experiencing the issue on - Delete High Storage Repls - to delete the repls.
Are you still having issues with scratch storage?
I can double check, but I’m 95% certain that the
.cache folder in Repls is still dinging my account storage. (If this isn’t what you meant then I apologize)