On 27.8.2015 10:34, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Aug 2015, Petr Spacek wrote:
>> On 15.7.2015 09:44, Jan Pazdziora wrote:
>>> On Tue, Jul 14, 2015 at 12:49:23PM -0400, John Dennis wrote:
>>>> On 07/14/2015 12:03 PM, Petr Spacek wrote:
>>>>> Is anyone using repos
>>>>> AFAIK nobody in Brno is seriously using it but I'm not sure about people
>>>>> outside the Brno.
>>>>> Could we use COPR instead and get out of builder business? Upcoming lab
>>>>> maintenance window could be a good time to do that.
>>>> I would love to get out of the builder business and I suspect Nalin would
>>>> well . The question came up in our Monday meeting as well. Nobody seem
>>>> know if anyone was using these builds and why we weren't using COPR. The
>>> The Fedora infra admins should be able to provide HTTP logs for the
>>> repo, if you needs some numbers about potential usage.
>> That is a good idea! I got logs from Fedora admins and as far as I can tell,
>> in the last month there were only 7 RPM downloads and nothing else.
>> The 7 hits I found was for
>> other packages from the same version.
>> I did not find any hits for IPA packages at all. All the remaining traffic
>> (except the 7 RPM hits) was from repo data refreshes:
>> - 83 % is RHEL 5 repodata
>> - 13 % is RHEL 6 repodata
>> - remaining ~ 4 % of noise is Fedora repodata
>> It seems to me that we can get out the builder business completely and
>> decommission ipa-devel and replace it with COPR.
>> Do you agree? John? Nathaniel? Stephen? Anyone? :-)
> Yes, I think we can decommission this repository thanks to COPR
John, the machines which used to generate the repos are basically dead now.
Could you remove the directories and replace them with a README with sentence
that the repos were discontinued, please?
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