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From Brett Porter <br...@apache.org>
Subject Re: vmbuild vs ci.a.o (was Re: vmbuild scheduled downtime in ~12hrs)
Date Fri, 08 Jan 2010 02:18:04 GMT

On 07/01/2010, at 7:09 PM, Matthias Wessendorf wrote:

> has been a while :-)
> On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 8:17 AM, Brett Porter <brett@apache.org> wrote:
>> On 17/04/2009, at 12:59 AM, Matthias Wessendorf wrote:
>>>> Correct, Continuum lives on vmbuild.apache.org, and hudson lives
>>>> somewhere else.  ci.apache.org is only buildbot.  The domain name is
>>> now I got it...thanks!
>>> Ok! I guess I am looking "support" on vmbuild server than.
>> So, you'd like a new group created + administration rights to add your
>> projects?
> yes, that would be sweet!

Ok - I've taken note. I need to clean up the current instance between a few builds no longer
being used and moves between hosts and SVN being grumpy... it's not running that well. We
are also expecting the Continuum 1.3.5 release "real soon now" to upgrade to.

>>> I think the Trinidad code is already building there (next
>>> to the myfaces zone).
>> That's right.
>>> Does the vmbuild also allow deployment
>>> of site and (nightly) snapshots to the snap_repo ?
>> Deployment of site - haven't had anyone do that yet, but we've decided not
>> to allow access to people.* from vmbuild, but can pull content in the other
>> direction.
> Still same restrictions and nobody deploying the site to minotaur?

No. We can sort something out going in the other direction, but a better option is probably
to look into the svnpubsub stuff if that is ready for general consumption.

>> Deployment of snapshots - you can deploy to vmbuild or nexus already, and
>> anyone that wishes to sync that to people.apache.org can on request.
>> Trinidad is currently deploying to a private location on vmbuild - I'm not
>> sure if they are being synced.
> so, that means if we deploy our snapshots to nexus, they get synced ?

No, I think they are all managed directly from Nexus now, or Archiva (though only the Archiva
project is using that right now, and we're not deploying snapshots on every build)

- Brett

Brett Porter

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