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Re: [tools-leads] More on ... eclipse.org disk quota notice
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- Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 09:41:10 -0500
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Not ignoring, just busy. I've cleaned up some old ptp builds, so hopefully it should be reduced somewhat. We're also changing our build model post SR2 so that only the latest build is retained. This should keep things better under control in the future.
On Feb 14, 2012, at 9:22 AM, David M Williams wrote:
> Really? Not one project lead responded to my disk quota note in December!?
> I hope that means you were all just busy, and not a sign that you just
> don't care
> about wasting resources! :) Or, maybe this list doesn't work too well? In
> any case ...
> Looking at the difference from Dec. to Feb., I think we can a) see who the
> biggest disk-hogs are and b) have a reasonable idea of what a quota should
> be for the various tools sub-projects.
> I've opend bug 371496  to ask webmasters to a) increase overall "tools"
> quota to 35 and b) fine tune the reports and quotas so you each get your
> own nag notes, not just one for overall Tools Project. Please comment in
> the bug, especially if you really can do a lot of easy cleanup and
> archiving to get your usage levels (and quotas) reduced.
> proj Dec Feb Recommend Quota
> ./ptp 8.3G 12.0G 10G
> ./cdt 7.1G 8.1G 10G
> ./orbit 4.9G 3.7G 5G
> ./pdt 4.2G 4.3G 5G
> ./ajdt 877M 1.1G 1G
> ./aspectj 987M 0.6G 1G
> ./atf 462M 467M 1G
> ./buckminster 258M 262M 1G
> ./gef 452M 954M 1G
> Tools Total: 35G
>  https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=371496
> From: David M Williams/Raleigh/IBM
> To: tools-leads@xxxxxxxxxxx,
> Date: 12/10/2011 02:53 PM
> Subject: More on ... eclipse.org disk quota notice
> I'm sure many of you have been getting these notices (and probably ignoring
> them, like I have been ... until now!)
>> 27 GB of space are used, and the quota is set at 2 GB.
> I think it is perfectly reasonable for the Tools PMC to ask that a higher
> quota be set ... but, before that, I wanted to be sure we are currently
> being reasonable.
> So, I would like to ask each of you to see if you can reduce your
> "downloads" size any. Any old builds that can be removed? Any old releases
> that could be moved to archive.eclipse.org? If you don't know about moving
> files to archive.eclipse.org, see
> Seems the heavy hitters are ptp, cdt, orbit, and pdt. I know in Orbit we
> are probably a Gig or two over what we really need (tracking cleanup in bug
> So, for the top 4 projects (at least) ... please take a look, and reply
> back here if/when you can clean things up a bit and what you think is a
> reasonable allotment for your particular project. (You "lower use" projects
> can too ... if you'd like ... but would not have a large impact ... you are
> probably already doing a good job of keeping things cleaned up :)
> I'm guessing the "right" quota to ask for is about 20 Gig ... maybe more,
> but in any case wanted to sanity check it with you all first.
> Please reply by 12/16 with what you thing reasonable limit is for your
> project, based, say on "having a few releases and several milestone builds
> on download site" (or, what ever you think reasonable criteria is).
> 8.3G ./ptp
> 7.1G ./cdt
> 4.9G ./orbit
> 4.2G ./pdt
> 877M ./ajdt
> 987M ./aspectj
> 462M ./atf
> 258M ./buckminster
> 452M ./gef
> ----- Forwarded by David M Williams/Raleigh/IBM on 12/10/2011 02:00 PM
> From: Eclipse Webmaster (Automated) <webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: David M Williams/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS,
> Date: 12/10/2011 06:33 AM
> Subject: eclipse.org disk quota notice
> The downloads area disk quota has been reached for project tools. You are
> receiving this e-mail because you are one of the committers who has write
> access to the project's downloads area.
> 27 GB of space are used, and the quota is set at 2 GB.
> Please check your files and delete any files that are no longer in use
> or are no longer needed, such as nightly, stable and integration builds.
> If you want to preserve older Release builds, please move your directories
> the http://archive.eclipse.org location
> (Typically /home/data/httpd/archive.eclipse.org).
> Please see 'How Do I?' section in the Portal for information (
> You can check your Quota status via the committer tools ('Tools for all
> committers'->'Disk space/quotas') .
> If you have any questions or concerns regarding your disk quotas,
> please send an email to webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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