For several days already, I have been trying to upload a source package (spacewalk-java) to my OBS project (home:pagarcia:Uyuni) but it always fails with a TLS time out. Other packages on the same project (~100 source package) work fine. I have been retrying since Friday, maybe even Thursday:
What can I do?
-rw-r--r-- 1 pagarcia users 195580 nov 13 15:29 home:pagarcia:Uyuni/spacewalk-java/spacewalk-java.changes
-rw-r--r-- 1 pagarcia users 195595 nov 28 00:38 SRPMS/spacewalk-java/spacewalk-java.changes
Package has changed, updating...
Transmitting file data .SSL Error: (110, 'Connection timed out')
*** FAILED (checkin) [spacewalk-java]
Unchanged packages: 0
Updated packages: 0
Failed packages: 1
Pau Garcia Quiles
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The primary question is how much current build logs take space?
On Tue, 1 Dec 2020 at 19:19, Henne Vogelsang <notifications(a)github.com>
> Can OBS expose the stats how much space do these logs take?
> That very much depends on the individual build, so no not really.
What does that mean? `osc buildlog` knows where the log is located, which
means the server knows paths to all logs and can sum up their size.
> Are there any compression methods employed for storing logs on b.o.o?
Why not to try something like