[build-farmers] about buildfarm tidiness

Stefan (metze) Metzmacher metze at samba.org
Tue Nov 2 02:13:56 MDT 2010

Am 01.11.2010 12:32, schrieb Björn JACKE:
> On 2010-11-01 at 13:43 +0300 Matthieu Patou sent off:
>>> When I look at the content of the build_farm firectory then there are plenty of
>>> ancient files, ancient built tree subdirectories like those from the samba_3_0
>>> via lorikeet-heimdal up to the samba_4_0_waf which have partly been
>>> discontinued since years and just lurk around to eat plenty of space. Can we
>>> clean up discontinued build trees somehow?
>> Normaly it should be taken into account by the build script I saw
>> something about this. Now given the fact that a lot of server have
>> their own script it's possible that the cleanup is only in the
>> generic.fns.
> I didn't check if there's a cleanup of discontinued trees but if there is one
> it doesn't work as even hosts which use the generic.fns have the ancient build
> trees there. We probably need to maintain a list of discontinued (and to be
> deleted) trees. I don't think we have something like that today.

We have the per_run_hook function, which calls delete_old_tree.
That used to work fine....


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