Build.squeak.org and squeaksource.com in danger (was Re:
[Box-Admins] Disk space usage on box3)
frank.shearar at gmail.com
Fri Dec 6 18:37:38 UTC 2013
Would some kind soul add the following line in /home/frank/.ssh/authorized_keys?
My old key's lost in a hard drive accident, so this key is for my new laptop:
(This is not a security violation: this is the _public_ part of the keypair.)
I'll see what I can do about space.
On 6 December 2013 17:40, Ken Causey <ken at kencausey.com> wrote:
> On 12/06/2013 11:19 AM, David T. Lewis wrote:
>> Thanks Ken,
>> I will look at it as soon as I get home, about 8 hours from now.
>> There's not much I can do on the squeaksource.com side other than move the
>> repository to another box (which is not easy to do). Short term we need to
>> tidy up the build.squeak.org jobs where can can.
> Thanks Dave,
> I agree that it is probably easier to find some space to clear up under
> build.squeak.org but I think the community as a whole has to give some
> serious thought to the future of squeaksource.com.
> It seems to me that at least a couple GB could be cleared up by archiving
> some old dead projects (I have a couple I should do so with but I doubt they
> amount to much) and migrating away more active ones. Ideally the owners of
> those projects would stand up and volunteer therefore avoiding a
> sequester-style across the board trim. Frankly I think squeaksource.com
> must be closed to all writes and serve a purely archive function, at best
> given the resources we have currently.
> If someone else doesn't do so I may call for volunteers to archive and move
> existing projects myself next week on squeak-dev. I'm hoping we can at
> least come up with some space savings in the short term that will give us
> some weeks to think and discuss.
> Regarding moving squeaksource.com to another server: we do have another
> server where there is more space but that is technically designated for
> other purposes. The sad fact is that there is not a lot more space
> available on box3 and box4 combined than we have on the old box2 server.
> Server Total HD Size
> Box2 146GB (aka squeak.org, lists.squeakfoundation.org, etc.)
> Box3 60GB
> Box4 103GB
> The new additions build.squeak.org and squeaksource.com currently add up to
> about 54GB. I think you will agree that the math here does not work out.
> I guess my point is that moving squeaksource.com (to any other existing
> server we have), as a solution, is only a temporary solution.
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