I have an Ubuntu Server Guest that I staged as a web server and built a PHP app in. I would periodically save the state of the machine as I installed new packages and tweaked the Server config. Likewise as the code tree grew I would take a snapshot of the machine when I was happy.
This is now a production server and I want to free up disk space by deleting all of the snapshots and keep only the Current State, so I can get a backup routine going on the VDI.
I've read way too many conflicting posts to blow 4 months worth of programming and configuration to end up with a fractured disk image.
Looking at the attached image, can someone please verify the correct way to remove the snapshots so that the VM is always running in it's "Current State"?