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ID 257 gen 442813 top level 5 path boot/grub2/i386-pc
ID 258 gen 442813 top level 5 path boot/grub2/x86_64-efi
ID 259 gen 470830 top level 5 path opt
ID 260 gen 442813 top level 5 path srv
ID 261 gen 470854 top level 5 path tmp
ID 262 gen 470687 top level 5 path usr/local
ID 263 gen 442813 top level 5 path var/crash
ID 264 gen 442813 top level 5 path var/lib/mailman
ID 265 gen 442813 top level 5 path var/lib/named
ID 266 gen 442813 top level 5 path var/lib/pgsql
ID 267 gen 470854 top level 5 path var/log
ID 268 gen 442813 top level 5 path var/opt
ID 269 gen 470854 top level 5 path var/spool
ID 270 gen 470710 top level 5 path var/tmp
ID 275 gen 470698 top level 5 path .snapshots
ID 526 gen 309063 top level 5 path var/lib/docker/btrfs/subvolumes/511136ea3c5a64f264b78b5433614aec563103b4d4702f3ba7d4d2698e22c158
ID 527 gen 309056 top level 5 path var/lib/docker/btrfs/subvolumes/a113d52c65c3c06f2035bc2042faf4bc4a13ef52d3a556b7f2ef58ef70701232
ID 528 gen 309057 top level 5 path var/lib/docker/btrfs/subvolumes/758c78b4040c9bb91f3ebcedf53e97b630585f3db40b9f6b7e340bdd9aa1ac76
ID 531 gen 309064 top level 5 path var/lib/docker/btrfs/subvolumes/4f903438061c7180cf99485b42f7709f5268bfb4732fe885f9104ed3bb66fd3c
ID 532 gen 309065 top level 5 path var/lib/docker/btrfs/subvolumes/1265e16d0c286a4252c1dc5e775ba476d9560e2dd96d2032605ee75b30912f6b
ID 577 gen 418015 top level 275 path .snapshots/260/snapshot
ID 578 gen 418017 top level 275 path .snapshots/261/snapshot
ID 579 gen 425193 top level 275 path .snapshots/262/snapshot
ID 580 gen 425196 top level 275 path .snapshots/263/snapshot
ID 581 gen 425198 top level 275 path .snapshots/264/snapshot
ID 582 gen 425199 top level 275 path .snapshots/265/snapshot
ID 583 gen 425266 top level 275 path .snapshots/266/snapshot
ID 584 gen 425267 top level 275 path .snapshots/267/snapshot
ID 585 gen 438439 top level 275 path .snapshots/268/snapshot
ID 586 gen 438441 top level 275 path .snapshots/269/snapshot
How can I delete the snapshots to free up some space on the filesystem?