As a user, I can remove artifacts which haven't been requested by clients for N days
Based on the BZ.
Even with on-demand downloading, a Pulp that has been upgraded several times will have an enormous amount of space used by packages that are no longer used. Removing a repo and re-adding it to Pulp every time is virtually impossible. There are tons of packages that are not being used anymore that could easily be removed to free up space.
Having a mechanism to remove packages that haven't been used in 30, 60, or 90 days would greatly reduce space needed. Then, if for some reason that package is needed again, the on-demand nature of the Pulp should allow the package to be re-downloaded from the CDN.
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