Would it be possible to reduce the size of the kibana RPM?

The problem we face is that for some small vms ,it's not possible to upgrade kibana because of its bloated footprint.
The file size of the RPM is more than 150MB and contains more than 100000 files !
The last time I tried to upgrade, I wasn't able to because /usr had too few free inodes can you believe that ?
I'm sure the packagers can do some effort here.


150MB is pretty small.

We have been putting a lot of work into reducing the file count though, and that's ongoing as far as I know :slight_smile:

thanks. for your info, kibana takes about a third of inodes of /usr on a typical Centos installation

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