[sf-lug] colo box developments & BALUG (& timing, etc.)
Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu
Sun Dec 16 11:01:22 PST 2007
Uhm, ... at least for BALUG, probably want to be a bit careful on the
timing and "move" strategy.
At the moment, BALUG is still quite dependent on the "BALUG" stuff
(web stuff, storage, DNS, some BALUG wiki pages run under the
sf-lug.com web server), and perhaps a trace of a few other things)
on the "old" SF-LUG colo box.
I did mention a while ago (off-list, but at least included Jim (via some
aliases) - may not have included Nathan) my time has been severly impacted
lately (it will probably start to get more reasonable earlyish next year).
So, keep in mind "The BALUG bunch will have to set up their vm for
their purposes" - that "BALUG bunch" of system administrators is me,
Jim Stockford, and (presumably?) Nathan.
I can probalby wiggle in (and had planned to) enough time to do some
minimal stuff to keep the BALUG stuff in a holding pattern + critical
updates and maybe a bit more ... at least into early January, but may not
have much (or any) time to do much more than that (e.g. build and shuffle
to new virtual machines). I just got around to skimming through my
SF-LUG list digest e-mails (I was about 2 weeks behind on those).
> Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 16:31:46 -0800
> From: jim stockford <jim at well.com>
> Subject: [sf-lug] colo box developments
> To: Linux userGroup <sf-lug at linuxmafia.com>
> Message-ID: <60e0fb17d6331f3d245f28b326f22c6a at well.com>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII; format=flowed
> thanks to Nathan, the new colobox is near to ready
> for deployment. its current state is
> * CentOS 5 XEN kernel with LVM over RAID 1.
> * Virtual machine supporting Debian for SF-LUG.
> * Virtual machine supporting Debian for BALUG.
> The SF-LUG vm has postfix, apache, dokuwiki, php.
> Nathan and i promised each other that I would get
> the datafiles from the current colo box onto this new
> box within a week.
> The BALUG bunch will have to set up their vm for
> their purposes.
> After both LUGs' data is in place, we'll finish the
> configuration and have it ready to replace the existing
> Nathan suggests we have a third VM supporting
> some distro or another for shell accounts.
> Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2007 05:57:40 -0800
> From: Michael Paoli <Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu>
> Reply-To: balug-webmaster at balug.org
> Subject: Re: ESR Flyer w/Balug.org; & Michael Paoli rather busy through
earlyish Feb. 2008
> To: Andrew Fife <afife at untangle.com>
> Cc: balug-speaker-coordinators at balug.org, balug-webmaster at balug.org,
balug-contact at balug.org
> Also, other random note - turns out I'm going to be rather busy through
> about earlyish Feb. 2008. I'll continue to nudge some of the various
> BALUG stuff along, but I probably won't be getting done as much as I
> would have hoped/anticipated.
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