[Gluster-infra] [Gluster-devel] Dropping nightly build from download.gluster.org ?
Niels de Vos
ndevos at redhat.com
Fri Mar 24 13:39:23 UTC 2017
On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 05:29:05PM -0400, Michael Scherer wrote:
> so I am trying to run aide on a download.gluster.org mirror for more
> security (rational being that if d.g.o is compromised a separate server
> wouldn't, but that mean that we sync the data on a regular basis), and I
> did hit a few issue, mostly around space.
> One of the issue was the size of static analysis logs, but we will move
> them out of d.g.o. (28G of logs...)
> Another one is the presence of nightlies snapshots on that server,
> around 52G of data.
> There is for example 20G of gluster-3.7 snapshot, and I think we could
> remove them now (until we push them to a separate download server as
> Do we still need them ?
No nightly builds are needed on d.g.o anymore, any dgo-nightly stuff can
be removed. It is not updated anymore and nightly builds were only there
> in fact, who here would be volunteer to spend time with me to make a
> decision about cleaning the directories, since there is lots of stuff
> where the hierarchy is slightly suboptimal.
> For example:
> # ls
> dgo-nightly glusterfs glusterfs-3.3 glusterfs-3.4 glusterfs-3.5
> glusterfs-3.6 glusterfs-3.7 sources
> glusterfs has no specific version, but the others do. It also show
> fedora 23 as the most recent version.
> sources contains all the source on a flat directory structure.
> Another example:
> pub/gluster/glusterfs has various directory for versions of glusterfs,
> but also do have libvirt, vagrant and nfs-ganesha, who are not version,
> and might be rather served from a directory upstream (in fact,
> nfs-ganesha and glusterfs-coreutils are also on
> https://download.gluster.org/pub/gluster/ )
A cleanup is much appreciated! Maybe come up with a proposed directory
structure and see from there what makes sense to keep or remove?
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