[Gluster-infra] Migrating Gerrit and Jenkins out of iWeb

Michael Scherer mscherer at redhat.com
Sun Feb 7 09:04:53 UTC 2016

Le samedi 06 février 2016 à 18:17 -0500, Vijay Bellur a écrit :
> On 02/06/2016 07:37 AM, Michael Scherer wrote:
> > Le samedi 06 février 2016 à 05:41 -0500, Kaleb Keithley a écrit :
> >>
> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >>> From: "Kaushal M" <kshlmster at gmail.com>
> >>>
> >>> Hi Vijay.
> >>>
> >>> I spoke with Michael about migrating off of iWeb.
> >>
> >> Another option we discussed yesterday (sorry, should have thought to have you join us) with Karanbir, in the context of using more of CentOS CI, was moving gerrit to gerrithub.
> >>
> >> (Keeping our own jenkins master on Rackspace, but using slaves in CentOS CI.)
> >>
> >> The advantage is that gerrithub is then responsible for keeping gerrit up to date (and up).
> >>
> >> KB and Amye will be sending email about this soon. Watch this space.
> >
> > So as I suspect that gerrithub is gonna take some time before we do
> > evaluate everything, I will proceed with the migration of gerrit to RH
> > DC for now. We would be likely in a better shape for a migration
> > anywhere from here.
> >
> > And when I say "8h", that's a worst case. I suspect it would be better,
> > but I propose to schedule a documentation day or something where we can
> > put developpers to good use when gerrit is down and copied.
> >
> I think starting around 0900 UTC on Friday of next week (12th Feb) 
> should be possible. We should be done with 3.7.8 before that and can 
> afford a bit of downtime then. In case any assistance is needed post the 
> migration, we can have folks around the clock to help.
> If migration fails for an unforeseen reason, would we be able to 
> rollback and maintain status quo?

Yes. Worst case, I think people would just redo a few reviews or push
again patch.

Also, since gerrit is critical, I wonder what is the support of gerrit
for slaves and replication.
Michael Scherer
Sysadmin, Community Infrastructure and Platform, OSAS

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