as you might have seen on IRC in the last days, I'm working on moving
The website itsself is "boring" - just a few lines in salt to deploy a
github repo on narwal*.
is more interesting[tm] - to avoid that it blocks the
move, I configured haproxy to forward /openid/ to the current server in
Provo. It was a bit tricky, but seems to work now. (Thanks Darix and
Stasiek for the help!)
Does someone know if www.o.o
has more special cases like /openid/ that
need a special handling?
You can test the moved page at www-new.opensuse.org
. If you want to test
/openid/, I'd recommend to override www.o.o
in your /etc/hosts so that
it points to the Nuremberg IP.
If nobody objects, I'll switch over www.o.o
Bonus question: Is it possible to have an access_log in haproxy? If yes,
can someone who knows how to do that ;-) please enable it for the
www_openid backend? That would help us to get an idea how much /openid/
FYI: since today, nearly all domains handled by proxy.o.o get redirected
from http to https. The only exception is conncheck.o.o because I don't
know if/how the NetworkManager applet "survives" a redirect.
dagegen ist eher eine Play-Mobil-Ritterburg.
Es gibt immer Sachen, bei denen man
mit einer Ritterburg besser
bedient ist ;)
Das ist aber eine totale Übertreibung für "Karl Klammer".
[> Martin Falley und Matthias Houdek in suse-linux]
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