How to delete binary packages?

Asked by RJ Skerry-Ryan on 2018-10-31

I'm at my PPA limits: https://launchpad.net/~mixxx/+archive/ubuntu/nightlies/+packages

I deleted some old packages for old/deprecated versions of Ubuntu yesterday. They're gone now, but it still says:

Number of packages:
    4 source packages (262.3 MiB)
    32 binary packages (1.9 GiB)
Repository size:
    2.1 GiB (100.00%) of 2.0 GiB

Given there are no longer lines in the table saying "Deleted", I'm wondering if there's something else I can do to get the size down?

Thanks!

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Colin Watson (cjwatson) said : #1

Binary packages are generally automatically removed, but some of this is done by a cron job that runs every six hours. I see that your repository size is now listed as 1.2 GiB, so it looks like this has happened; let us know if that isn't so.

RJ Skerry-Ryan (rryan) said : #2

Yes -- thanks and sorry for the noise.