kevin at scrye.com
Wed Apr 13 19:34:44 UTC 2011
On Wed, 13 Apr 2011 12:14:37 -0700
Toshio Kuratomi <a.badger at gmail.com> wrote:
> We can probably age out and discard those SRPMS as well... I do try
> to clean out old releases for fas and pkgdb, for instance.
I was thinking more for the historical record if we needed it.
Ie, someone needs to know what fas version we used at time X and what
was in that package. If we have the srpm and timestamp we could examine
it. In practice I doubt it would come up much, especially if those
packages don't have any local patches, just newer versions...
> I do tend to keep at least one older version around -- I suppose that
> we could just do that in the SRPM repo and only keep newest in the
> RPM repo... although the primary reason to keep older packages is to
> be able to revert within the first week or so of a new release in
> case something is wrong with an update. Quick reversion means having
> the last binary packages stick around.
Yeah. Keeping one old one around seems reasonable.
> > * Once per cycle we clean out the i386/x86_64 packages that are no
> > longer installed on any machine.
> > (As a side note, I am thinking we should setup a Housekeeping SOP
> > for once per cycle a few weeks after release... we can then do
> > this, prune people who don't need to be in sysadmin groups anymore,
> > prune hosted projects or lists, etc. Of course thats another
> > topic).
> Also +1.
will clean up and try and get it to the point of discussing. ;)
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