令和4年9月13日(火) 12:44 onefang <onefang_devuan@???>:
> On 2022-09-12 15:02:31, Arnt Karlsen wrote:
> > On Mon, 12 Sep 2022 14:34:19 +0200, Arnt wrote in message
> > <20220912143419.1c489605@dvn>:
> > > On Mon, 12 Sep 2022 21:59:39 +1000, onefang wrote in message
> > > <20220912115939.3dbcevx737idptru@???>:
> > >
> > > > On 2022-09-12 19:40:48, Matthias Kruk wrote:
> > > > > Hello there,
> > > > > I was wondering, is there a simple way to remove oldoldstable
> > > > > from a package mirror and exclude it from the synchronization
> > > > > process? I suppose it should be possible by adding an exclude
> > > > > pattern to the rsync command line, but maybe someone who is more
> > > > > familiar with the repository structure can tell me what exactly
> > > > > should and should not be excluded? The reason I'm asking is
> > > > > because during the past months I have been repeatedly running out
> > > > > of storage on my mirror, making the mirror unusable because the
> > > > > release files are outdated. I increased the storage size a couple
> > > > > of times, but unfortunately this is not an option anymore. Thanks
> > > > > and best regards Matthias
> > > >
> > > > Have you tried rsyncs --delete option? That will delete from your
> > > > mirror anything that got deleted on pkgmaster.
> > > >
> > > > Every now and then someone asks me about the mirror size getting
> > > > bigger all the time. That answer usually fixes things for them.
> > >
> > > ..for GPL compliance, keep the sources for another 3 years.
> > > You are "distributing" the binaries "under the GPL" until you
> > > remove the binary packages. Set an e.g. 5 minute deadline
> > > for binary removal "if anyone wants them", then set (and post)
> > > a source removal date 3 years after that 5 minute deadline.
> The --delete tends to remove old binaries that have been replaced by new
> binaries, and same with their sources. Also removes old no longer needed
> metadata files.
> If pkgmaster isn't hosting the files, the mirrors don't have to either.
Thanks! That small change freed about ~730GB. I wish I had asked about this
sooner since it seems I didn't need the last storage upgrade at all. :)
> > > ..debian moves their old stuff to http://archive.debian.org/
> Devuan also moves old stuff to https://archive.devuan.org/
> > ..mirror sizes: 'du -sch /srv/devuan/devuan /srv/devuan/merged' ?
> > My estimate is 2.2TB for /srv/devuan/merged.
> Think you mean 2.2 GB, which is what I measured. That's just the
> metadata though, the actual packages are 61 GB right now.
> > Debian's total is 4.44TB plus their http://archive.debian.org/.
> A big old stinking pile of genius that no one wants
> coz there are too many silver coated monkeys in the world.
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