MC working for managing the image
Cees De Groot
cdegroot at gmail.com
Wed Oct 5 09:48:02 UTC 2005
Monticello's caching? The magic incantation MCCacheRepository
flushAllCaches (from the back of my head, correct me if I'm wrong)
usually shrinks the image by quite a bit...
On 10/5/05, Marcus Denker <denker at iam.unibe.ch> wrote:
> Am 29.09.2005 um 21:19 schrieb stéphane ducasse:
> > Hi all
> > ok I created a ScriptLoader package which contains scripts....
> > and now each time I push something in 39 I update the script and
> > test that I can load everything
> > from the latest ***essential image*** = that could not be created
> > with MC.
> > This way we can accumulate changes and from time to time publish a
> > new image.
> > Script 1, 2, 3 loaded perfectly (modulo the merge making packages
> > dirty) from 6693 + 274 MC
> > So I will continue like that.
> One strange thing: The image is *huge* after running the script:
> 3393md4 is
> over 20MB (MC cache deleted), 3393 was only around 13MB.
> I deleted all the changesets but even then it's 18MB. What could take
> amount of space?
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