[arch-dev-public] Server trash cleanup
snowmaniscool at gmail.com
Sat Jan 29 20:56:07 EST 2011
On Sat, Jan 29, 2011 at 6:53 PM, Allan McRae <allan at archlinux.org> wrote:
> On 30/01/11 07:11, Dan McGee wrote:
>> Things we don't truly need, AFAIK:
>> * gerolde: all of /srv/ftp/archive/pkgs
>> * gerolde: /srv/ftp/iso and /srv/ftp/archive/iso
>> What is our policy on this stuff? Nostalgic, sure, but usable or
>> necessary? We have all sorts of full and base images, scsi-specific,
>> etc. but outside of keeping arch-0.1 do we really want to appear like
>> we care about previous releases?
>> * gerolde: /srv/cvs
>> * sigurd: Unfortunately not a lot here to kill, and our disk is
>> hovering in that 85% range.
>> * sigurd: /srv/cvs
> * gerolde /srv/ftp/other: We can remove old source tarballs that are no
> longer needed from there directories.
* /var/log : we could configure logrotate to compress the old logs.
That'll save some space.
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