OpenSUSE (among other distributions) uses snapper to take snapshots of btrfs partitions. Some people think the default snapshot intervals take up too much space too quickly, but whether or not you believe that, there are times when you want to clear space on your filesystem and often find that the btrfs snapshots are taking a significant amount of space. Or, in other cases you may want to clear the filesystem of all excess data before moving it to/from a VM or changing the storage medium or something along those lines.
But, I can't seem to find a command to quickly wipe all of the snapshots snapper has taken, either via snapper or another tool. How would I do this?