[Gluster-infra] Gerrit and Jenkins likely unavailable most of Sunday

Justin Clift justin at gluster.org
Sun Apr 19 22:55:03 UTC 2015

The good news:

1) Gerrit is kind of :/ updated.  The very very latest versions
   (released friday) don't work properly for us.  So, we're running
   on the slightly older v2.9.4 release of Gerrit.

   It's a lot newer than what we were running though. ;)

2) The GitHub integration seems to be working.  When you next to to
   http://review.gluster.org, it'll get you to authenticate via

The bad news:

1) The first time you authenticate to GitHub it will create a brand
   new account for you, that doesn't have many useful permissions.

   You will need to email Vijay, Humble, or myself with the account
   number it creates for you + with your GitHub username.

     Your account number will probably be something like 10006xx.
     Mine was 1000668.

   This new account id needs to be merged into your existing one
   manually by a Gerrit admin.  It's not hard, and only needs to be
   done once. :)

2) Jenkins... didn't even get close to looking at it.  So the Jenkins
   server is out of action for now. :/

   The version of Jenkins we're running *may* not be compatible with
   our new Gerrit version (unsure).

   Will find out in the morning (after sleep, which I'm really
   needing atm).

+ Justin

On 19 Apr 2015, at 11:38, Justin Clift <justin at gluster.org> wrote:
> Gerrit and Jenkins are going to be shutting off pretty soon.
> So, any job running in Jenkins will be aborted. ;)
> *Please don't* submit new CR's, or run any new Jenkins jobs
> from now until the upgrade is finished.
> Even if you see out Gerrit or Jenkins online, don't do stuff
> with it. ;)
> + Justin
> On 18 Apr 2015, at 19:30, Justin Clift <justin at gluster.org> wrote:
>> Our Gerrit and Jenkins instances will be getting updated
>> tomorrow. (yay!)
>> It's not very straight forward to do though, so I'll
>> probably shut them down tomorrow morning and they _may_
>> be offline for a large part of the day.
>> Note - They have to be kept offline from when I do the
>> initial backup for updating, until it's ready.
>> I wish there was a better way... but there doesn't seem
>> to be. :/
>> Sorry in advance, etc.
>> Regards and best wishes,
>> Justin Clift

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