[Labs-l] Are you ready for the migration?
damian at damianzaremba.co.uk
Thu Feb 13 23:32:42 UTC 2014
If you want to do this in salt, just use salt modules and write a quick
runner script to do a salt call via the api for each test... even stick
it on cron and have it updated a wiki page... maybe.
On 13/02/2014 21:52, Petr Bena wrote:
> That thing has incredible dependency tree... are you sure about doing that?
> On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 6:55 PM, Diederik van Liere
> <dvanliere at wikimedia.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 12:26 PM, Antoine Musso <hashar+wmf at free.fr> wrote:
>>> Le 11/02/2014 22:39, Diederik van Liere a écrit :
>>>> 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 migrate.
>>>> 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.
>>> Would it make sense to have that soft installed on all instances via
>>> puppet and then one could run it everywhere using salt ? :D
>> I like that idea! Can you help me?
>>> Antoine "hashar" Musso
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