The Disk Usage pie chart on the Homepage dashboard has me at 44GB for Source Media, a big chunk of the pie. However, the category "Scripted Installations" takes up 54GB!

I thought that Scripted Installations were simply a thin layer of, uh, scripts on a Source Media. Why would the Scripted Installations take up so much room? Does it have to have a private copy of the source media or something?
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I would take a look at your source cds...

Is anyone of them considerably large?

I've seen this when people upload ISOs without mounting / extracting them first.
Answered 07/18/2011 by: dchristian
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The source media are about 5.5GB.

I am confused. The source media takes up a certain amount of the space, and then I have assumed that the scripted installation would be very lightweight because it could just point to the source media.

What does the category "Scripted Installations" actually mean, concerning Disk Usage?
Answered 07/18/2011 by: muebel
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I also have this problem. My source media sits around 14GB and my scripted installations sit at 18GB and I don't even have any scripted installations at the moment! I used to but I removed it in the process of trying to free disk space...
Answered 10/05/2011 by: parkerbyron
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