-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi all!
As part of our regular maintenance schedule and in our continous effort to run our systems on current and fully supported operating systems the postgresql sysadmin has started upgrading the OS on our infrastructure hosts from Debian Wheezy(aka Debian 7.x) to Debian Jessie (Debian 8.x). This mail is mostly to announce our intend to upgrade the following two systems in the forseeable future(no date set yet though) that might directly affect -hackers/-commiters or a subset of those (release team) and whether people want us to take special measures ahead of time to ensure minimal disruption to the workflow process: * gemulon.postgresql.org - gitmaster.postgresql, master git repository (we will likely coordinate this internally so that somebody on the team with a commit bit will test after the upgrade) * borka.postgresql.org - official tarball and docs build server, the upgrade will upgrade the toolchain on that box to the respective versions of what is in jessie. If people think it is necessarily to (double)check the effects beforehand we would like to know so we can coordinate some testing. Stefan -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.22 (GNU/Linux) iQIcBAEBAgAGBQJWBY5TAAoJEO1GOCPAcHIudgwQAMHCRkDy9KWWTN3gKsObwWkO hQ+bc1CBPys5lKohI5Sv0KfunEk0DsbxzyTk3+eYmJRplzD2l8WB/dlYV7Kb0idY Xi1CZ26/0Jc+YaQ5ImNurGEPFhhZpPw8eNJAxl6Kd7ux0ObQ8DWPKLGeZO3Jj1Mc Ni+L8PHreg7PlE1j9MU0iSOwASCPNlS0/yf60QPHCZbCrE+7+WSsmFd0Cr8gG9oB ClG2JzA/tylM/clsyRowAEg9NLj5l57SL/J6dlqbHZEGLy6dgGpkMhucCY8qJ87V jgEd8jPmY9//Nvs0kIIGuvAhNty8DF0B9styXOBeNjSIbEJWaUr8VO5cRvehE8PN KKlaFh79QvnxfnWhCWBR5LUFtFUcWBUiIyb6f7xoFY9vwS6surpxFsqiDveJyEZq BN2z29OAtUxyRo7ZZaAwJiAoxLJ3mbZwIFIcfmXyMS/XE9SfzyuUX1uQZealRXHM wlAR8NNmVJVOAlx6dvYawtoxJ1aAi63gjU8oQicASze+syS0vD6sKUe3BRp3vC54 st/Fv7ZEkko7Fc+2dpJKp78k+1Rz/M9YGW1XBcKqVuxUy/u6Njo90x9E0Su2cst/ 0Jz/P3mckq2T/nf7AzV3Bx3TSnV5TUFPKLzm7+OwIA1lPRfsXXJ3CNRXP2hjmN1A 0Bsx1uUk1k8+bT+xhGT5 =8nHl -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- -- Sent via pgsql-hackers mailing list (email@example.com) To make changes to your subscription: http://www.postgresql.org/mailpref/pgsql-hackers