On Tue, Feb 21, 2023 at 05:13:26PM -0500, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Tue, Feb 21, 2023 at 04:44:31PM -0500, Stephen Smoogen wrote:
> So do we kill it for:
> F39/F40 and beyond?
> F38 and beyond?
> X-date and all releases?
My normal response would be... well, I missed the F38 change deadline by a
wide margin, so F39+.
Just FYI, we do not produce drpms for rawhide/branched at all (since
But, I think we could stop producing deltarpms for current releases
really affecting those releases (there would just not be more created, which
as previously explored, would not really have a strong effect). So... I
wouldn't leave the other options out of the question.
What do infra / releng folks think?
How easy is it to shut things off?
Its one line in bodhi pungi config:
createrepo_deltas = False
If shut off, can it be turned back on again (in case of Regrets)?
Just change the one line back to True (well, it's more complex because
we only actually do drpms for the 'Everything' repo, not others, but
it's one line).
Once shut off, is decomissioning infrastructure around it a Project,
more shutting off?
As far as I can think, nothing else needs to be done. They will just
What risks are there?
None that leap to mind.
And... how much would be saved in:
* compute resources
Some, but not a lot, as we only delta against the previous update
composes and thus don't do too many.
100's of MB... not much at all.
* ongoing maintenance work
Nothing comes to mind.