The initial batch of emails has been sent, so if you use Copr for some time
and have packages built for F27 and lesser, or EPEL5, you should check
for a message with the following subject
[Copr] upcoming deletion of outdated chroots in your projects
It was established, that the data will be preserved for 180 days, but
in the blog post
linked above, it was mentioned, that there is an exception for the
first batch. We need to
free some disk space as soon as possible, therefore this time, the preservation
period is by default only 60 days, however with a possibility to
extend it to 180.
The chroots, that will be outdated in the future will be preserved 180
days by default.
On Sun, Mar 10, 2019 at 10:58 PM Jakub Kadlcik <jkadlcik(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> I would like to let you know, that in the following few days,
> you will start receiving automatized notifications from Copr,
> telling you about deleting repositories for outdated chroots
> and how to proceed if you want to keep them for your projects.
> Please read more information about how it is going to work
> and our motivation for doing so, in my blog post.
> Also, please see the "Outdated chroots removal policy"
> in the Copr documentation.