On Nov 30, 2007 5:59 PM, Joe Bohn <joe.bohn@earthlink.net> wrote:

It looks like the size of our images is increasing dramatically (nearly 2x).

For example, the geronimo-jetty6-minimal snapshots have been growing
like this (these image sizes are from the snapshot repo):

16604006 Jul 26 18:54
geronimo-jetty6-minimal-2.1-20070726.182538-1-bin.tar.gz
17086729 Jul 26 18:53 geronimo-jetty6-minimal-2.1-20070726.182538-1-bin.zip

22310769 Nov  1 03:19
geronimo-jetty6-minimal-2.1-20071101.014839-2-bin.tar.gz
22744083 Nov  1 03:18 geronimo-jetty6-minimal-2.1-20071101.014839-2-bin.zip

30812531 Nov 30 22:45
geronimo-jetty6-minimal-2.1-20071130.211933-3-bin.tar.gz
31248864 Nov 30 22:43 geronimo-jetty6-minimal-2.1-20071130.211933-3-bin.zip

Most of the recent jump (fyi my 27 Nov build is only 22 megs) is caused by boilerplate assembly in our repository (repository/org/apache/geronimo/assemblies/geronimo-boilerplate-minimal/2.1-SNAPSHOT/geronimo- boilerplate-minimal-2.1-SNAPSHOT.jar). I would assume it's caused by david j's http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=598819&view=rev We should be able to get rid of that...

A bit harder to apples-to-apples compare the longer term growth. lib/gshell accounts for a 5 meg growth (unpacked). So, that would help account for most of the growth in the minimal assembly...

--kevan