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From Erik Weber <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] going away
Date Fri, 28 Feb 2014 20:50:39 GMT
On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 9:27 PM, John Kinsella <> wrote:

> Folks: Recently the PMC was informed that the DNS service
> that ACS currently uses by default as part of the console proxy will be
> disbanded this summer.
> We've been informed the realhostip service will be shut down June 30th,
> 2014, so we have approximately 4 months to mitigate this.
> Here's my thoughts on how to proceed, in order of priority:
> * Make the transition as smooth as possible for current ACS users. Need to
> create clear documentation in the wiki that we can point to on how to
> migrate an existing ACS installation from using to a
> user's own certificate and resolver. I see section 16.4.2 in the 4.2 admin
> guide talks about this, but I think we can improve a bit. e.g. the current
> docs don't make it clear that a wildcard cert is required. Once we have a
> transition guide in place, I intend to announce to users@ and announce@along with the
social media paths. This isn't private, but I'd rather not
> announce until we have a clear, tested easy to follow transition guide to
> make this as painless as possible for folks. I'm working on this and will
> update after testing.
> * If at all possible, I'd really like to get something big and visible
> into the 4.3 documentation warning users about this.
> * For 4.4, we should no longer be using SSL/realhostip for console proxy.
> We're expecting some patches to address this, I'll update this thread once
> they hit and/or a Jira issue is created.
> Open to any thoughts/suggestions.
I don't know the reasoning, but if it's due to lack of funding/resources we
could be willing to take ownership over the service.
We've been discussing internally to change to our own white labeled service
instead of relying on, and we might as well contribute that
back if
it's wanted.


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