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From Tony Stevenson <t...@pc-tony.com>
Subject Re: The 'infrastructure-puppet' git repo has moved
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2015 18:49:41 GMT
Honestly, I dont know. But we do aim to canonicalise all URIs to
git.a.o in the coming weeks or months.  I do not want to have to map
all the old URLs etc to new ones.  But if we must, we must.

Right now we cannot do it, until we deprecate git-wip-us.a.o anyway.

On 6 January 2015 at 18:45, sebb <sebbaz@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6 January 2015 at 18:33, Tony Stevenson <pctony@apache.org> wrote:
>> All,
>> The infrastructure-puppet git repository has been moved.  This is part
>> of a several on-going strands of work:
>> - As part of the infrastructure team's plan to consolidate our git
>> service into a single namespace.
>> - Migrate all services off hosts that would ideally be deprecated and
>> decommissioned.
>> - Have the service setup and managed by puppet (yes we are somewhat
>> aware of the self referencing nature of this repo).
>> The repository can now be found here:
>> https://git1-us-west.apache.org/repos/asf/infrastructure-puppet.git
>> This is not the final URL, as ultimately all repositories will ideally
>> live at git.apache.org, in read/write mode.
>> The infrastructure-puppet repo is the first to move from 'git-wip-us'
>> to 'git1-us-west' If this is successful the remaining repositories
>> will also move in the coming week (an announcement about downtime will
>> also sent in due course). We are using the infra team as guniea pigs
>> for this new instance to try and make sure we catch any issues before
>> opening the service up to all TLPs.
>> There should be no material difference in the service.  Except to note
>> that currently the service is a little quicker using the gitweb UI,
>> and seems quicker for normal git operations. But this is clearly
>> without load.
>> If you have any questions please ask infrastructure@
> Are there any plans to introduce redirects for the old URLs?
> Without redirects, the historic commit mails are very hard to use.
>> --
>> Cheers,
>> Tony
>> On behalf of the Apache Infrastructure Team
>> ----------------------------------
>> Tony Stevenson
>> tony@pc-tony.com
>> pctony@apache.org
>> http://www.pc-tony.com
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Tony Stevenson



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