Re: Deleting old/unwanted stuff from SMT

kobuse;2132497 Wrote:[color=blue]

I am running SLES11 SP1 for my SMT server. How do I get rid of all the
old unwanted updates of previous versions of SLES from my SMT database?
I had a look at the manual but can not find anything. It is currently
eating up 66 GIG of disk space. There is a lot of unwanted stuff in
Regards, Kobus[/color]

Run a -smt-mirror --clean-

run a smt-mirror --help and you will see this command/parameter:

–clean -c cleanup all mirrored repositories. Remove all files no
longer mentioned in the metadata. It does not mirror new files.

I would run a smt-mirror --clean --debug so you can see what it is
doing otherwise it is a little silent with that it is doing.


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Thanks for the reply. It does however seem that it does not cleanup the
old sles 10 stuff. I have toggled the mirror switch off on the old SLES
10 stuff. When I run smt-mirror -c --debug it only cleansup the SLES 11
repos. It does not remove the unwanted SLES 10 stuff.


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