If you're seeing something like the below after connecting your repo to your Domino project, please contact your local administrator as your repoman pod will need more storage allocated. If you are an administrator please follow the steps below to troubleshoot.
Note: This will require kubectl access
First you'll want to check on the repoman pod by running the following (please note pod names and namespaces may vary slightly by deployment):
kubectl -n <namespace> get po --selector=app.kubernetes.io/name=repoman
Please note the number of replicas you are currently running.
If you are seeing disk pressure issues with the repoman pod you'll want to first scale the stateful set down to 0:
kubectl scale statefulsets <stateful-set-name> --replicas=0
Next, you'll want to increase the volume size for the repoman pod. We generally recommend doubling the size but there's some room for experimentation here as well.
Edit the stateful set by running the following:
kubectl edit statefulset -n <k8s namespace> repoman
Find the part of the configmap that looks like this:
resources: requests: storage: 70Gi
And carefully increase the storage as needed.
Afterwards you'll want to scale up your repoman pods using this command again (and set replicas to whatever your original value was):
kubectl scale statefulsets <stateful-set-name> --replicas=1
If you're still seeing disk pressure errors after trying the above, please reach out to support for help!