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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Disk usage report for HIPP/JIPPs
- From: Jonah Graham <jonah@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2017 14:09:57 +0100
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I have had a clean-up of CDT* which kept bobbing in and out of this
list. However when I started, the usage reported in these emails was
about 20 GB more than what Hudson reports.
What disk usage accounts for the difference between this email and
Hudson's reporting? Or did the usage happen to vary
*A lot of the usage was workspaces that had grown forever, the biggest
one to 13GB. This was almost entirely in the .m2/repo as for some
plug-ins there were many dozens of versions of the same plug-in. While
I know the advice is to clean the workspace, having that done on
each build generally makes the build slower. Perhaps I should be
scheduling something to clean the workspace on a weekly/monthly basis?
Kichwa Coders Ltd.
On 14 June 2017 at 20:26, Denis Roy <denis.roy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I fail to understand why these projects need >80G of workspace. For
> Packaging, I can perhaps understand since the packages are huge. But for
> Can those projects PLEASE make sure HIPPs are not used to store
> indefinite builds and artifacts?
> Thank you for helping keep the house clean and tidy.
> On 06/13/2017 01:30 PM, genie@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> Compiled 2017-06-13-13:30:01
>> Projects exceeding 80G of disk space on HIPP/JIPPs:
>> 486G /jobs/genie.packaging
>> 245G /jobs/genie.capella
>> 220G /jobs/genie.papyrus
>> 206G /jobs/genie.platform
>> 203G /jobs/genie.ice
>> 194G /jobs/genie.papyrus-rt
>> 159G /jobs/genie.app4mc
>> 147G /jobs/genie.tracecompass
>> 125G /jobs/genie.kitalpha
>> 102G /jobs/genie.osee
>> 100G /jobs/genie.sirius
>> 100G /jobs/genie.ptp
>> 84G /jobs/genie.ecp
>> 83G /jobs/genie.webtools
>> 82G /jobs/genie.emfcompare
>> If you find your project's name in the above list, please check
>> your Hudson/Jenkins configuration and try to lower the disk usage.
>> You can find more information about CI best practices and disk usage
>> here: https://wiki.eclipse.org/CI_best_practices#Disk_usage.
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