A bit before the freeze, the pkgs02 backups of /srv failed.
This is the largest and most anoying backup we have since it's tons and
tons and tons of git repos with small files in it. After the freeze, I
wonder if it wouldn't be worthwhile to run a 'git gc' on all our pkgs
git repos. This would make git pack things into fewer files and in
general make it happier for backups and maintainers.
I removed it from backups, ran a cleanup on the failed backup and then
got a new clean backup (which took several days).
So, we should be able to re-add it into our normal backups now:
diff --git a/inventory/backups b/inventory/backups
index c7d4193..e6e7d30 100644
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ batcave01.phx2.fedoraproject.org