Our fedora_koji netapp volume is currently 73TB. The backend storage shelf it's on is only 75TB. Once we reach that space, we will just be out of space as there's no larger storage shelf to move us to that has the same performance as the current one.
To that end, we are going to make some archive volumes and archive off old packages so we can shrink the main active volume and more easily move it's backend storage around.
koji has support for this and koji-tools has a script that can be used for this with policy.
There's an existing releng ticket for this work as well, but this is being filed for more visibility.
fc6 has been moved, which caused fedmsg notifications about buildsys.build.state.change to send to owners of those packages. ;(
I've put in a filter in the koji fedora-messaging plugin to supress these.
I have then moved f7 will do more after announcement goes out.
I have archived up to fedora 20 on the first volume.
I have created another volume and am doing f21+ on it until it's full.
The releases get larger as time goes on, so fewer will fit on one volume.
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