[arch-dev-public] Server trash cleanup
dpmcgee at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 11:35:18 EST 2011
On Sat, Jan 29, 2011 at 7:56 PM, Eric Bélanger <snowmaniscool at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
I didn't delete the ISOs yet, but I did zap /srv/ftp/archive/pkgs.
I'll wait a few more days to see if anyone has strong opinions.
>>> 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
This is "gone"; the contents of /srv/cvs is available in
/srv/cvs.tar.xz if ever necessary.
>>> * sigurd: Unfortunately not a lot here to kill, and our disk is
>>> hovering in that 85% range.
>>> * sigurd: /srv/cvs
Gone; it was the same as what was on gerolde.
>> * gerolde /srv/ftp/other: We can remove old source tarballs that are no
>> longer needed from there directories.
@Remy: the biggest thing here taking up space is texlive stuff. Can
you make it part of your release process to clean this up every once
in a while? You don't necessarily need to delete all old versions, but
we probably don't need more than 1 or 2 previous ones.
OpenOffice was the other big culprit, I removed a few of those, and
also some glibc snapshots from <2010.
> * /var/log : we could configure logrotate to compress the old logs.
> That'll save some space.
It would, but not really space on the right partitions. We already
compress HTTP logs on both servers that have them and that is the bulk
of the needed space. mail.log is big on gerolde but that partition has
plenty of room.
@Pierre: thanks for adjusting CLEANUP_KEEP.
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