Just a quick update on High Tea (link above) for those interested. I’ve had over a month of uninterrupted and performant experience with Gitea following my last upgrade using a $5 Vultr box running Debian with Docker and Compose self-installed.
Including status code counts from Gitea reported by Traefik over the last month:
Another update on High Tea with Gitea (source linked above). This will be my last general update on stability. So far Gitea 1.5 has been running incredibly well for 30+ users and 40 or so repositories:
Server Uptime: 2 months, 1 week, 1 day, 22 hours, 24 minutes, 37 seconds Current Goroutines: 45 Current Memory Usage: 42MB Total Memory Allocated: 1.8TB Memory Obtained: 607MB
In the spirit of transparency I’d like to share my first hiccup with High Tea. When attempting to run my 5th Gitea backup today I found out my 25GB Vultr VPS was out of disk space. As a result, I’ve added information on how to reclaim disk space with Docker for the benefit of others here:
Additionally, here are some other resources I’ve written here which those using this Gitea with Docker will find useful as they begin self-hosting:
Here are the sizes of my back-ups, which I’m simply going to offload to another server as they’re unnecessary on the gitea production vps I use to run git.habd.as:
-rw------- 1 user docker 252M Jul 16 07:22 gitea-dump-1531725738.zip
-rw------- 1 user docker 1.2G Sep 24 08:41 gitea-dump-1537778440.zip
-rw------- 1 user docker 2.6G Oct 12 08:19 gitea-dump-1539332248.zip
-rw------- 1 user docker 2.8G Oct 17 12:02 gitea-dump-1539777559.zip
Total repository count is 56 at current, many of which are mirrors of kewl security software I found on GH.