What are your experiences with db performance tuning? I'm thinking about
which indices we use internally and which of them are worthy to create in
default installations. Similar situation is with partitioning, clustering
and few other things we can do. But most of these are probably beneficial
only with big deployments (Few versions ago I've started docs about db
which now contains only partitioning). Is there something you would like to
see related to db maintenance/performance?
/ Followup of https://pagure.io/koji/pull-request/2419 /
Tomas Kopecek <tkopecek(a)redhat.com>
RHEL Build Development, RedHat
I did not see this in the mailing list archives, so I wasn't sure if
this went through to everyone, but we have a Koji community meeting in
Wednesday, August 19, 15:00:00 UTC, 11am EDT
Koji Community Meeting is to collect feedback from community on Koji,
we also use this meeting to sync Koji roadmap and released features,
Welcome to join.
Koji doc and history: https://pad.mozilla.org/p/KojiAug2020
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Title: Koji Community Meeting
Koji Community Meeting is to collect feedback from community on Koji, we
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