[Labs-l] Are you ready for the migration?
lists at schwen.de
Tue Feb 11 22:29:08 UTC 2014
So, since I cannot get this to run:
1. Are shared home directories a problem? If so, what can I do?
2. Is using shared project space ie /data/projects/ a problem?
3. Is having a self-hosted puppet master but not relying on it/using
it a problem?
On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 3:24 PM, Matthew Walker <mwalker at wikimedia.org> wrote:
> Some of my instances will pass the check; others will not. However, unless
> the fixes are as easy as "do this 5 step thing that will take less than 10
> minutes" it's going to be easier and likely faster for me to just create new
> Will there be a period in which I can create eqiad instances before pmtpa
> ~Matt Walker
> Wikimedia Foundation
> Fundraising Technology Team
> On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 1:39 PM, Diederik van Liere
> <dvanliere at wikimedia.org> wrote:
>> Are you a maintainer of one or more Labs instances? Please continue
>> You might have heard about our efforts to move the Labs infrastructure
>> from our Tampa datacenter to our new datacenter in Ashburn. One thing that
>> *you* could do, is to make sure that all your instances are ready to
>> How? Glad you ask!
>> On your dev machine, run git clone
>> https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/labs/migration-assistant and make sure that
>> you have Python installed. Next, read the README.m for detailed
>> If everything goes well, you will get feedback per instance whether we
>> think it's ready to migrate or not. If you can think of more checks to run
>> then please feel free to submit a patch. If you have questions about this
>> tool please email me or find me on IRC, look for drdee.
>> Labs-l mailing list
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