[Qgis-developer] QGIS server space

Paolo Cavallini cavallini at faunalia.it
Thu Mar 27 00:11:47 PDT 2014

Why not moving also the website to the new server?
All the best.

On 27 marzo 2014 08:03:35 CET, Richard Duivenvoorde <rdmailings at duif.net> wrote:
>On 27-03-14 03:45, Alex Mandel wrote:
>> So Nathan noticed the website wasn't coming up. Specifically
>> "The requested URL /en/site/ was not found on this server."
>> I believe the issue is disk space. I'm guessing the sphinx is built
>> elsewhere and transferred in on a schedule without checking how much
>> space is left on the server. I got to this conclusion by noticing
>> other languages are working fine.
>Yep disk was full again. Site is still being build on the same server,
>and ends with a move/relink/remove-old step (apparently even when the
>build process died in the middle)... Have to fix that.
>Fact that only english was affected was because only english and polish
>(new) was being rebuild...
>> Looking at the space:
>> There are 10G of backups in various places, all current
>> There's also 6G of apache logs of various sorts. We should find
>> somewhere to archive things over a few months old.
>Thanks for that. Untill now we moved plugins.qgis.org to new server,
>are waiting for some time to remove old one.
>I'm also trying to clean up now.
>> Temporarily I'm moving all *.gz files in /var/log/apache2 over to the
>> osgeo downloads machine in my user home folder. Frees up 1.5 GB,
>> last 2 logs for all services intact (ie log and log.1)
>Thanks again, we need a plan for this.
>> I did not touch the www_qgis.org folder inside apache2.
>English is up again now.
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