maybe you can spin up a temp new running instance.
Connect/mount the "full" volume to the new running instance
cd into it and delete some stuff to free up space and
then you should be able to run it and expand the file system.
As a root user the system should reserve a small amount of
space for the root user and should be able to mount and free up
Thinking about it, once you have the full volume mounted to
the temp running instance you should be able to expand the file
system from there.
Edited by: piken2 on Jun 29, 2020 5:27 PM
Edited by: piken2 on Jun 29, 2020 5:29 PM
Thank you very much that solved my issue!
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