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- To: Michael Wild <themiwi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [eigen] CDash
- From: Benoit Jacob <jacob.benoit.1@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2010 11:15:32 -0400
- Cc: eigen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Marcus D. Hanwell" <marcus@xxxxxxxxx>
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2010/9/29 Michael Wild <themiwi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On 29. Sep, 2010, at 15:48 , Benoit Jacob wrote:
>> Currently the CDash database is 80 MB.
>> This is explained by the fact that it has 1126 submissions for the
>> devel branch, the oldest dating back to May. As for the Eigen2 branch,
>> it even has some submissions from 2009.
>> Does anyone know how to reduce the number of retained submissions? I
>> think that 200 would already be plenty.
>> The source code mentions a AUTOREMOVEMAXBUILDS but I don't know how to
>> specify that.
> Administration->Project->Miscellaneous->AutoRemove Max Builds
I don't see any Administration button.
Gael, do I need more access rights? How does CDash even know me ? I
just created an account but that doesn't make me an administrator.
I have shell access but that doesn't seem to help in this case...
> An alternative is in the same tab the "AutoRemove Timeframe" setting.
> There is always a well-known solution to every human problem -- neat, plausible, and wrong.
> H. L. Mencken