SourceForge.net Support: Over-quota notice for project: xemacs
adrian at xemacs.org
Mon Dec 3 16:33:47 EST 2007
"Stephen J. Turnbull" <stephen at xemacs.org> writes:
> Adrian, can you figure out what to do about this? It looks to me like
> we've got two whole checkouts of the package tree, one at top level
> and one inside the xemacsweb subtree. In March we were at 241MB and I
Your analysis is correct, Stephen.
I have removed the top-level CVS working directories for xemacs-21.5
docs and packages docs, thereby reclaiming 130 MB.
> guess they increased our quota to 250MB, and now we're more than 100MB
> over quota again. I see maybe 50MB of docs there, and certainly
> there's new functionality in terms of more package docs and more
> formats of documentation, but do we really need more than 300MB of
> support space that users never see? Is this setup duplicated on our
> other hosts?
There's likely to be the same duplication there.
I'll take care of it.
> noreply at sourceforge.net writes:
> > Greetings,
> > This is an automated quota-overage notice. Do not respond to this email,
> > instead follow the instructions below if you have questions or concerns
> > regarding this mailing. This new quota system (implemented on April 12,
> > 2006) includes tracking of quotas granted, so if you've been granted one in
> > the past, please respond using the method documented below so we can track
> > your quota.
> > You are receiving this message as your SourceForge.net project,
> > xemacs, is currently over its quota in its project group directory
> > located on the SourceForge.net shell server. Your project has a 250000 k
> > soft quota and your project is currently using 383544 k of disk. This new
> > quota system allows us to track quotas granted to projects. Follow the
> > instructions below to request a quota increase for your project to stop
> > future mailings like this one from being sent to your project. The
> > following command can be run at any time on the project shell server to
> > check your project's disk usage:
> > du -skx /home/groups/x/xe/xemacs/
> > Please take action to reduce your project's disk usage as soon as
> > reasonably possible, but no later than 2007-12-03. For your quick reference, you
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> > questions or concerns regarding this matter, submit a Support Request to
> > the Alexandria project on SourceForge.net. However, please review your
> > project's current disk usage, and prune out unneeded data now, before
> > requesting the increased quota.
> > https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=add&group_id=1&atid=200001
> > Thank you,
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