Theo Chatzimichos wrote:
On Tue, Aug 09, 2016 at 11:26:08AM +0200, Per Jessen
Theo Chatzimichos wrote:
lists.o.o, baloo.o.o and lists.o.o are the
Okay. Is baloo.o.o also an internal name, it doesn't resolve?
There is no master/slave setup, although (since
the migration last
year) we have the data in a separate data disk (and the configs in
git) it would make sense to set up a secondary machine.
What is the significance of the different addresses then?
We have a naming pattern for the machines, see . The reason is that
we keep this name as primary, and the service name as a CNAME. So in
service migrations the change would be changing the CNAME only. This
was my personal experience from another linux distro admin team I was
participating, see .
yes that makes a lot of sense. We do something similar, although we
allocate an IP-address for a service, then we can easily move the
lists.o.o is a great example of this, the lists?.o.o
names that you
see are coming from machine migrations :)
Aha. So lists.o.o is just one server running the mailing list manager
and the archive webserver?
The name baloo (and the rest of the disney names) do
publicly, they resolve only in the network between the virtualization
I had the feeling it was something like that, okay.
gitlab.suse.de is internal suse service, you
don't need access
It was mentioned in the wiki, that's why I brought it up -
Sorry you are right. This git repo is one of the many cases that we
have right now that have mixed suse and opensuse information inside,
and we can't just open. So unfortunately for now you will have to ping
one of us SUSE OPS-Services people to do that part. I am planning a
meeting with my team to discuss about such shared services, git repos,
info etc that we need to decide if/how we are going to make them
Would it perhaps be best if I were to wait maybe a month and then return
to this topic? It is still holiday time (although mine's over), and
planning for external access will presumably take some time.
PS: I know that most of the information I am
presenting above needs to
be written on the progress wiki, and I am working on it, but I would
appreciate if there are volunteers that can start pages with quick and
dirty info there. We can always clean up later.
Sure, I understand.
Funny, we also have a box named "gaston", but is from "Gaston
Lagaffe" :-) https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaston_%28Comic%29
Per Jessen, Zürich (17.8°C)
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