[pypy-dev] [hpk at trillke.net: [codespeak-ann] server move - thursday (6th Jan. 2005)]
hpk at trillke.net
Thu Jan 6 11:47:58 CET 2005
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----- Forwarded message from holger krekel <hpk at trillke.net> -----
Date: Mon, 3 Jan 2005 16:33:40 +0100
To: codespeak-ann at codespeak.net
From: holger krekel <hpk at trillke.net>
Subject: [codespeak-ann] server move - thursday (6th Jan. 2005)
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Hello codespeak developers and users,
next thursday, 6th of January 2005, Jens-Uwe Mager and me
plan to move over codespeak services to a new dual-amd64 more
failsafe machine, largely donated by Infrae from the
Netherlands. Thanks! Also thanks to Helios from Germany who will
continue to provide us with free hosting in their computing
With a gentoo-setup built from scratch with NPTL (New Posix
Thread Library) and some other enhancements we hope that
especially the subversion setup stabilizes some more. We
are going to deploy the subversion 1.1 series but we'll stay
with the bsd-db backend (for various reasons).
- We are not going much at new features during this move but
rather for consistently mirroring and upgrading the current
- ssh-logins will probably see a modified host-key
and thus you may receive a warning from your ssh-client.
- We don't expect any large downtime but your mileage
may vary, especially with respect to DNS-caching.
- we may miss small bits and pieces, please bear with us
and tell admin at codespeak.net about problems!
If we don't fully complete the move on thursday we are going
to spend the sunday (9th January) as well.
codespeak-ann at codespeak.net
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