On Mon, 6 Aug 2012, Mike McLean wrote:
On 08/06/2012 04:14 PM, Seth Vidal wrote:
> We have a bunch of hosts in koji which WERE builders but aren't anymore
> or in some cases don't exist anymore. I'd like to prune them out so when
> I run:
> koji list-hosts
> they don't show up anymore.
> 1. How do I do this?
> 2. If I do this does something terrible happen?
Some sort of 'retired' flag to hide them is on my todo list.
They generally can't be removed from the db because they are referenced by
other tables. If they've seen any kind of use, the references are extensive.
In many cases the last time they saw any use was > 3yrs ago.
At what point can we walk away from old data?
And out of curiosity - what is being stored related to the builder?
In the meantime, I suggest using list-hosts --enabled on the command
The web ui currently defaults to just showing the enabled builders.
Right - but when I disable hosts intentionally to reinstall/update them -
I need to use just list-hosts - which means I see about 100+ entries -
when really we only have like 35 of ACTUAL hosts.