Update: After using the rm command to remove all the access_log files (including access_log.gz files and the access_log file) and the error_log files (including error_log.gz files and the error_log file (25 gigs in size)), enough space was freed up that the websites came back up on their own.
Looking at the disk space after that though, I saw the following:
bitnami@localhost:~$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda1 30G 29G 219M 100% /
I assumed that removing the 25 gig error_log file would have cleared up the space needed. From what I have read, it sounds like the rm command doesn't necessarily permanently delete the file. How do I clear up that space on the drive?
Also, since the website came back up on it's own, I looked at the status of the servers using the ctlscript.sh command. php-fpm and mysql both listed as running, but apache stated that is not running. How is the webiste up without apache running? Is apache now running from somewhere else?