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[Savannah-hackers-public] Re: Bazaar and Savannah

From: Sylvain Beucler
Subject: [Savannah-hackers-public] Re: Bazaar and Savannah
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 2010 20:01:50 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)


On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 09:54:59PM -0600, Paul Hummer wrote:
> Hi Sylvain-
>   So here's my take on the task list:

Great, so you're back and ready? :)

>   * Update's bzr package to 2.1 - I don't think this is
>     necessary, at least not to switch to bzr+ssh.  In other words, we
>     shouldn't block on this.  We can do this later.  I'd go as far as
>     getting bzr 2.2 in, but it has some rather annoying bugs, so maybe
>     wait for 2.2.1.
>   * Warn all Savannah project admins who use bzr about the planned
>     migration from sftp:// to bzr+ssh://, with a date for the switch -
>     The "switch" here is what's confusing me.  I think I don't know
>     enough about the infrastructure to know the difference.  I've got a
>     login to colonialone, but it looks like and
> are different servers.  I don't think the
>     switch is really going to require too much, but I think I need a
>     bit more background than this.

Please have a look at:
and let me know if you still have questions.
(I just update the diagram to remove an obsolete VM)

>   * Install email notifications - I don't think this will be difficult.

How do you plan to implement it?
(you'll have /etc/cron.hourly/bzr_commit_mail_notification to migrate btw)

>   * Adapt bzr repository instanciation in Savane - I'm not sure what
>     this means.  What are we adapting here?

Well, Savane :)

>   * Move Apache2 virtual host from sftp to vcs-noshell - I think the
>     explanation of the second task should help me understand this.
>   * Update documentation in project "administration"'s bzr repository -
>     I'll read up on this and see what needs to be updated.
>   * Sync repositories from sftp to vcs-noshell - I assuming this is
>     syncing repositories over servers.  An rsync should suffice,
>     correct?

I think rsync is enough indeed, but you tell me.

Usually to avoid any inconsistency I do:
- hot sync
- downtime
- cold re-sync (quick)
- uptime

>   * Disable bzr at sftp - This is pretty self explanatory.
>   Can you fill in the blanks for me?  I'd like to get through as much
> of this as I can this week.

Hopefully this is clearer now.  Please update the wiki page so that
that blanks are filled :)


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