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From Tilman Hausherr <THaush...@t-online.de>
Subject Re: [NOTICE] - analysis.apache.org closing down 14th January
Date Sat, 17 Dec 2016 11:34:22 GMT
Am 17.12.2016 um 09:25 schrieb Gavin McDonald:
>> On 17 Dec. 2016, at 5:28 pm, Tilman Hausherr <THausherr@t-online.de> wrote:
>>
>> What about the existing builds on analysis.apache.org? It would be nice to have them
running again until January - the sonar reports are most useful by allowing a delta to the
job before. No successful build has been running since December 4th.
>>
>> If we start fresh on  http://builds.apache.org/analysis , then we would not have
any report delta.
>>
>> Tilman
> Sounds fair yes, but I wasn’t planning on spending much more time on it.
>
> I’ll see if I can get one of the team to look, or , if you are willing Im happy to
give you access to jenkins/sonar so you can take a look?

I have no experience with jenkins/sonar so I wouldn't be able to find 
anything in a decent amount of time. Maybe Andreas (lehmi).

But my guess is that the problem is not limited to PDFBox, as there have 
been almost no builds at all. Only three projects are left that do a 
build daily, tomcat-trunk, celix and joshua.
https://analysis.apache.org/jenkins/rssAll

TIlman


>
> Gav…
>
>> Am 17.12.2016 um 00:50 schrieb Gavin McDonald:
>>> Hi All,
>>>
>>> This notice is to inform you that our seperate Sonar instance at analysis.apache.org
<http://analysis.apache.org/> will be closed down and
>>> turned off on the 14th January 2017. So in a month from now.
>>>
>>> BUT! - There is Good News too!
>>>
>>> We have a replacement!.
>>>
>>> Instead of the current Sonar that requires a seperate Jenkins installation that
practically nobody has access to , and needs to
>>> be maintained as an extra service by Infra, we have created a new Sonar instance
that ties into LDAP and ties into the main
>>> builds.apache.org <http://builds.apache.org/> Jenkins instance.!
>>>
>>> What does that mean for you? Well, you get to configure and maintain your own
Sonar jobs using the existing Jenkins jobs
>>> you already have (or write new ones). You also get automatic permissions to manage
your Sonar analysis results.
>>>    It also means self-serve, no more having to create INFRA Jira tickets to have
jobs added or altered or fixed (unless you
>>> are really stuck of course!)
>>>
>>> Where is this new replacement? I want to get on it now! - Well, its at https://builds.apache.org/analysis
<https://builds.apache.org/analysis> - its early days yet and
>>> not many projects to look at, but feel free to get started and get adding your
own. I’ll get some docs done soon so keep an
>>> ear out on the builds@apache.org <mailto:builds@apache.org> mailing list
for those. But it should be as easy as adding a sonar runner step to your job
>>> and/or using a sonar:sonar mvn target etc.
>>>
>>> For those projects currently using analysis.apache.org <http://analysis.apache.org/>
- YOU need to migrate over to the new self-serve system! You have 4 weeks
>>> to make the move over before we turn off the old system for good.
>>>
>>> Plugins: If you find the new service lacks a feature or plugin, file an INFRA
ticket and we will add it ASAP.
>>>
>>> What will happen to the analysis.apache.org <http://analysis.apache.org/>
DNS - thanks for asking! We will have it redirect to the new instance over at
>>> builds.apache.org/analysis <http://builds.apache.org/analysis> .
>>>
>>> Questions? Im sure you have some, please send all your queries to the main builds@apache.org
<mailto:builds@apache.org> mailing list or file an INFRA
>>> ticket if you get really stuck and builds@a.o <mailto:builds@a.o> is of
no help. Again, if you need to reply to this mail, reply-to builds@apache.org <mailto:builds@apache.org>
>>> only please - I am not on your PMCs private list.
>>>
>>> Thanks and good luck, enjoy the new service.
>>>
>>> Gav… (ASF Infra)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>


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