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Need help for cleanup of /opt/udeployha/agent/var/work/ SourceConfig
We had issue with our nam relay We have 8 nam relays on our UCD1 enviornment and they all have one folder
which is occupying more than 10G on each 8 relay
IBM asked us to cleanup the files under /opt/udeployha/agent/var/work/ SourceConfig
Below are two questions where I needed your help
1)Is there any automated cleanup mechanism on UCD Agent as we can see some of files on Agent side are quite old (ex. From 2016/2017 year)?
Also IBM suggested us that adjusting the Subversion and Git source config plugin settings - can reduce the size of the UCD component version (if you do import into CodeStation)
- or have less files downloaded to the UCD agent.
but when we asked to describe more regarding Subversion and Git source config plugin settings they describe the issue with GIT as below
2) The git command parameter --single-branch is not exposed in UCD https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1398919/make-git-consume-less-disk-space git clone -b master --single-branch firstname.lastname@example.org:username/project.git
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