Closed Bug 605369 Opened 9 years ago Closed 9 years ago

cb-sea-win32-tbox out of disk space on C:/

Categories

(SeaMonkey :: Release Engineering, defect, blocker)

All
Windows XP
defect
Not set
blocker

Tracking

(Not tracked)

RESOLVED FIXED

People

(Reporter: Callek, Assigned: Callek)

Details

Today our tree has been red most of the day due to disk space issues.

I Used Remote Desktop Connection to connect to this box as administrator and got many errors/warnings about disk space issues, and my noticed it is C:/ that is full. 9.75GB and nothing there "LOOKS" easily cleanable.

The machine seems to have been succeeding some other jobs, but never a BUILD job, which makes me wonder if other stuff is being used on C: here.

I took it out of our buildbot pool from the BuildbotMaster Web-UI so that we can avoid reds due to this slave getting all the jobs [its idle]. This does mean that we will have longer turnarounds on windows for the time being though.

I have done all my knowledge allows.
Err this windows "temporary" user account didn't show "Hidden Files and Folders" which caused me to overlook the >2GB used "Documents and Settings/seabld/TEMP/" dir

Lots of foo-folder/*.mfl   foo-folder-2/places.sqlite  etc. type stuff and lots and lots of foo.part files from DLMGR tests... I suspect we need a better "test cleanup" story overall.

I'm cleaning this temp dir, if it works out well, going to restart the box and verify it comes back up into Buildbot, and call this bug fixed.
Assignee: kairo → bugspam.Callek
(In reply to comment #1)
> Err this windows "temporary" user account didn't show "Hidden Files and
> Folders" which caused me to overlook the >2GB used "Documents and
> Settings/seabld/TEMP/" dir

Meant Docs&Settings/ "seabld/Local Settings/TEMP"

But yea, lets just say I cleared 3.07 GB by deleting stuff there, I left the ssh-%salt% dirs around as they added less than a MB alone, and I think its a MSYS artifact from the ssh-agent.  Probably wouldn't hurt to remove, but didn't want to break stuff.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Whoa, good findings on that TEMP dir, we definitely should take a look at the other Windows slaves and see if we can do the same cleanup there!
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