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From Scott Sanders <sc...@dotnot.org>
Subject Re: Fw: brutus
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2004 16:32:32 GMT
I am a member of the foundation, I helped set up the box in SF, and I 
know apt-get about Debian :)

I can do some part-time help.  Keeping brutus out of the todo list of 
the infrastructure team is a "good thing".

Scott

Adam R. B. Jack wrote:

> Anybody here got sufficient Apache mojo to be trustworthy of root on Brutus?
> Sam isn't able to be our sole admin, and I don't think infrastructure want
> to take on our issues (if we -- i.e. Stefano/Leo/Stefan?) will take it on.
> 
> regards
> 
> Adam
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Adam R. B. Jack" <ajack@trysybase.com>
> To: <infrastructure@apache.org>
> Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2004 3:53 PM
> Subject: brutus
> 
> 
> 
>>Folks,
>>
>>Some questions regarding Brutus:
>>
>>1) Do (sufficient) infrastructure folk have root password on Brutus now?
> 
> In
> 
>>short, can I post change requests here (not to general@gump & hope Sam is
>>looking?)
>>
>>2) Do infrastructure folk have any performance metrics/monitoring
> 
> software?
> 
>>The gump instance on Brutus used to take an hour or so, and now it takes a
>>few, however I'm not "in touch w/ the machine's performance" sufficiently
> 
> to
> 
>>be able to determine if this is a performance problem, or this is just the
>>projects that Gump is now running & the work they do.
>>
>>If there was a slow down (and I can't be sure) it is likely Gump code, but
>>events like extra memory, new OS, extra CPU haven't made me 'feel' it is
>>faster.
>>
>>BTW: I run 'top' and see (typically) two things running -- top and
> 
> something
> 
>>in Gump (python, cvs, java, etc.) I wonder if I ought raise Gump priority
>>above other things, or if this is just rude? Ought I by running Gump niced
>>lower, since it is so resource intensive?
>>
>>3) Is there a way (other than cron) to run something semi-continuously (as
> 
> a
> 
>>daemon/service), have it restarted if/when it exits, and such? Am I
>>describing some init.d related thing? Could anybody provide me with OS
>>appropriate pointers? [TIA]
>>
>>4) If infrastructure do have root (see 1), would you be willing to (1)
>>install tomcat as a service (not user level) (2) alter ProxyPass
>>configuration in the Apache HTTPD. I could write up what I'd like to see,
>>and submit it via JIRA, for review/comment/queuing.
>>
>>regards,
>>
>>Adam
>>--
>>Experience the Unwired Enterprise:
>>http://www.sybase.com/unwiredenterprise
>>Try Sybase: http://www.try.sybase.com
>>
> 
> 
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