Increase size for PPA

Asked by NoobsLab

Hi

Please increase size for this ppa
ppa:noobslab/icons
Could you increase more than 2 or 4 Gb?

Thanks

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William Grant (wgrant) said :
#1

That PPA is already 12GiB. Why do you need so much space?

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NoobsLab (noobslab) said :
#2

It is already 83.40% used.
Actually this PPA packages contains much size, that's why I need more space.

Thanks

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William Grant (wgrant) said :
#3

Can you explain why you need so much space?

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NoobsLab (noobslab) said :
#4

Actually icons packages have much bigger size as compare to other packages and I build them for all current Ubuntu versions, That's why space is filling much faster than other PPAs.

Thanks

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NoobsLab (noobslab) said :
#5

??

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William Grant (wgrant) said :
#6

Your PPA is very large. If you really need additional space then I can increase it, but you should try cleaning it up yourself first. For example, there are dozens of packages there for obsolete Ubuntu desktop releases (lucid, maverick, natty, oneiric) that are pointlessly eating space.

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NoobsLab (noobslab) said :
#7

Yes, Actually I need space. At the moment I can't remove obsolete version packages hopefully I have to do it in near future.

Also give me space for this PPA too.
ppa:noobslab/apps

Thanks

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Best William Grant (wgrant) said :
#8

I've increased the quotas for now, but for any further bumps you'll need to remove packages for unsupported Ubuntu releases first.

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NoobsLab (noobslab) said :
#9

Thanks

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NoobsLab (noobslab) said :
#10

Thanks William Grant, that solved my question.