Repository size is full when it should not be

Asked by Kissaki on 2018-07-08

Yesterday I delete some obsolete packages for old Ubuntu versions, which were not being scheduled to build anymore anyway.

After waiting some hours, I'm sure I saw the repository size be lifted by a lot, and builds working again.

Now the repository limit is hit again, despite no new packages having been introduced, and builds are not scheduled anymore.

2.3 GiB (100.00%) of 2.0 GiB

5 packages x 4 archs = 5 x 120 MB = 600 MB.

I don't see where the 2 gigs are coming from. I guess this is a bug in the size calculation.

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Kissaki (kissaki) said : #1

Somehow within the last two hours it went down to '1.8 GiB (91.43%) of 2.0 GiB'

Not sure if I can try to trigger new builds, or if that will lead to partial builds or wrong size again.

Kissaki (kissaki) said : #2

Now it's at > 647.9 MiB (31.63%) of 2.0 GiB

William Grant (wgrant) said : #3

It can take up to two days for old packages to be fully removed from the PPA. After that delay the quota will be released.

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