File System memory usage

Hi guys I was setting up a timeshift snap and probably selecting the wrong position I received a notification of 0 bytes available on the boot disk. How can I fix? Thank you

This is the filesystem

Since /boot shows 100% full that implies one would need to clear out unused files from that space to allow for timeshift to function. You also would not be able to do a kernel upgrade while this condition exists.

What is contained in that space?
sudo du -hs /boot/*

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Ok thank you @computersavvy for the advice.

In that space there is this:

252K	/boot/config-6.3.4-201.fc38.x86_64
252K	/boot/config-6.3.7-200.fc38.x86_64
252K	/boot/config-6.3.8-200.fc38.x86_64
18M	/boot/efi
2,4M	/boot/grub2
107M	/boot/initramfs-0-rescue-8958ee6848a3487491b312f50cb4672f.img
52M	/boot/initramfs-6.3.4-201.fc38.x86_64.img
52M	/boot/initramfs-6.3.7-200.fc38.x86_64.img
52M	/boot/initramfs-6.3.8-200.fc38.x86_64.img
24K	/boot/loader
16K	/boot/lost+found
0	/boot/symvers-6.3.4-201.fc38.x86_64.gz
0	/boot/symvers-6.3.7-200.fc38.x86_64.gz
0	/boot/symvers-6.3.8-200.fc38.x86_64.gz
8,2M	/boot/
8,2M	/boot/
8,2M	/boot/
611M	/boot/timeshift
14M	/boot/vmlinuz-0-rescue-8958ee6848a3487491b312f50cb4672f
14M	/boot/vmlinuz-6.3.4-201.fc38.x86_64
14M	/boot/vmlinuz-6.3.7-200.fc38.x86_64
14M	/boot/vmlinuz-6.3.8-200.fc38.x86_64

Please run sudo du -h /boot so one can evaluate better what is using all the space in /boot.
Nothing you posted here seems really out of line with a normal system but the previous post that shows /boot at 100% seems to indicate the problem resides there.

It may be something in a hidden directory that does not show with normal means. The command I suggested earlier would exclude any hidden directories while this one should not.

I note that the image shows a large portion of /boot (63%) may be used by timeshift and the snapshots.

Take a look at

611M	/boot/timeshift

Can I delete it? It created itself since I accidentally selected the timeshift location, then replaced it soon after but that folder remained

I don’t know; I am not familiar with timeshift. Anyone else wants to chime in?

You can delete the folder. It contains the timesheet snapshots (failed due to disk space)