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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: Gump2-2.4
    • Fix Version/s: Gump3-alpha-3
    • Component/s: Python-based Gump
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      Description

      Java gump used to keep around 5 days worth of build reports. We should have something similar in gumpy, with the last five days kept in full, and perhaps the last five weeks, and the last five months (ie your average backup schedule policy). Maybe we can do compression using diffs, but not sure what is the right space/computation tradeoff. We could put the logs in svn :-D

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        Adam Jack added a comment -

        There is a --dated option on Gumpy, just not well exercised.

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        Adam Jack added a comment - There is a --dated option on Gumpy, just not well exercised.
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        Leo Simons added a comment -

        Gump3/Dynagump will store historical data in a database.

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        Leo Simons added a comment - Gump3/Dynagump will store historical data in a database.

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            Reporter:
            Leo Simons
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