Hello, one of my tools needs my user database, but I can't check if
they are on yarrow or not at the moment. Why do you not dump and
restore all user databases?
Am 28.02.2009 um 18:31 schrieb River Tarnell <river(a)loreley.flyingparchment.org.uk
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first issue: sql-s1 change. we will shortly be changing s1 from
rosemary. if you have user databases on yarrow, these will *not* be
over, and furthermore will be deleted when s3 is re-imported to
yarrow. if you
need to keep these databases, you need to dump them *now* using
either import them into the new s1 server after the change, or
import them back
into yarrow when s3 is reimported.
second issue: large home directories.
the following users have home directories larger than 10GB:
the following users have home directories larger than 1GB:
a full list of home sizes is here:
whether or not your name is on either of the above lists, but
especially if it
is, please look at what's using disk space in your home directory
and clean out
any old files you no longer need (for example, log files, old dumps,
don't delete anything you actually need, though.
if you need to store dumps or other large files, you can put them in
user store at /mnt/user-store instead of your home directory.
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