One of my repositories on Gitlab.com is showing me that it is using 9 GB of “storage” when I go to the ‘Project Overview’ page. It says Files: 311 MB, Storage 9 GB.
I am not sure where this 9 GB come from! I have don a lot of CI Testing on this project which also created a lot of artifacts. But I deleted the Pipelines using the Rest API:
curl --header "PRIVATE-TOKEN: $TOKEN" --request "DELETE" "https://gitlab.com/api/v4/projects/$PROJECT/pipelines/$PIPELINE"
After deleting and waiting a day the 9 GB are still showing.
After that I ran “HouseKeeping” in the Settings->General but that also didn’t change the storage of 9GB. At this point I don’t know what to do and I fear that I soon won’t be able to push to my repository because of the 10 GB limit on storage per repository.
I also exported the project to check the git LFS storage but that exported Zip is only 300 MB big. I know the export does not contain the CI data. So I think GitLab somehow did not pickup that my pipelines got deleted. Can somebody help and tell me how I can force a Cleanup of all CI data?