Hi, and thanks for the feedback Kevin,
On Thu, 2013-09-26 at 10:32 -0600, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Tue, 24 Sep 2013 12:38:44 +0800
Mathieu Bridon <bochecha(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> 1. What would be an appropriate weight for this new task?
> At the moment I'm just using the default, but given that mashing can
> be quite intensive, it might be better to increase that. I have no
> idea on what would be the right number, though.
Yeah, not sure either... but I wonder if it wouldn't make sense to make
this it's own channel so it could go to specific builders.
In the Fedora case we would want that as our mashes are very memory
intensive (mostly due to deltarpm generation), so if somehow an arm
builder got it, not sure how long it would take it to finish (if ever).
Good point, I'll work on that.
> 3. What to do with the output?
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Not sure. For some data to toss in tho, a current rawhide mash takes
up about 163GB. Branched f20 is currently around 153GB.
So, in addition to the question of if it should try and upload to the
hub or not, it needs to make sure and have enough local working space
to hold all that (unless it's writing to a rw /mnt/koji for that).
So first of all, do the Fedora builders have that kind of space
Mike, given the above, do you still think uploading is the best path