On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 12:54:25PM +1000, Allan McRae wrote:
On 27/01/11 12:45, Thomas Dziedzic wrote:
2011/1/26 Dave Reisnerd@falconindy.com:
So, on the subject of cleanup, I've come across a list of 530 packages on sigurd that aren't accessible from the web interface. Judging from some of the names, I'd wager that these are packages which were deleted but something went wrong, etc etc. In total, it's about 20mb of space that would be freed. Any reason these shouldn't just be purged by someone with root privs?
Do you know if any of those are actually in the main repos?
These are just things deleted from the AUR. Removing a package from the AUR interface does not remove the files off the server.
aha. I wasn't aware of this extra process. 121 of these packages are in the official repos.