It's your /dev/sda1 that is filling up
do a df -h and du -h on the /dev/sda1 partition and see which directory is using the most space..then figure out what is writing to that space...and figure out how to either blow out the un-needed files, and/or create a cron job to clean it up for you
Perhaps the PLEX database or something like that is on the /dev/sda1 partition...
Definitely need to dig deeper into what exactly is filling up the drive
Just be careful using root and deleting large block of files
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Find out the largest directories or files eating disk space on a Unix-like systesm:
du -a /dev/sda1 | sort -n -r | head -n 10
du -cks * | sort -rn | head
Something is definitely filling up the drive...and not cleaning up after itself...
Where is your PLEX writing it's "transcode" files?
Per the PLEX site
....most linux flavors store em here
$PLEX_HOME/Library/Application Support/Plex Media Server/Cache/Transcode/Sync/
I changed mine to /tmp...so a cronjob will blow em out eventually
Found a program called tmpreaper...that might also blow out /tmp directory as needed