Sandbox- base ubuntu, ran out of diskspace

I’ve setup a base ubuntu sandbox. I ran out of space now. I installed vagrant, to create some space I tried uninstalling vagrant, but was unsuccesful. I get this error.

dpkg: error: unable to open/create status database lockfile: Disk quota exceeded
W: Could not open file /var/log/apt/eipp.log.xz - open (122: Disk quota exceeded)
W: Could not open file '/var/log/apt/eipp.log.xz' - EIPP::OrderInstall (122: Disk quota exceeded)
E: Could not create temporary file for /var/lib/apt/extended_states - mkstemp (122: Disk quota exceeded)
E: Failed to write temporary StateFile /var/lib/apt/extended_states
E: Sub-process dpkg --set-selections returned an error code (2)
E: Couldn't record the approved state changes as dpkg selection states

Can I increase the diskspace if not how do I unistall vagrant I installed.

Hi Dinesh,

The sandboxes are limited to 256 MB of disk space and currently there is not a way to increase it. It looks like these commands can be used to uninstall Vagrant:

rm -rf /opt/vagrant
rm -f /usr/bin/vagrant


If that doesn’t work you can always create another sandbox!