On 01/18/2016 05:20 PM, Andrew Dunstan wrote:
Apologies for the late notice.
Tomorrow, January 18th, at 4.00 pm US East Coast time (UT - 5.0) we
will be moving the buildfarm server from its current home at
CommandPrompt, where we have been ever since we started, to a machine
that is part of the standard core infrastructure. In doing so we will
be moving to a) a more modern and supported PostgreSQL version, and b)
a machine with more disk space so that our current severe pace
shortage will be alleviated. In addition, the community would be much
better placed to maintain the buildfarm if either JD or I were to fall
under a bus.
The outage is expected to last about 4 hours or less, and we will sent
out notifications when this is complete.
Buildfarm owners who want to avoid getting reporting failures should
disable their animals during that time. We don't have an avalanche of
commits right now either, but it might also be nice if committers were
to refrain from adding changes in the hours leading up to this and
until we announce that we're back online, for the benefit of those
owners who don't see this message in time.
Thanks in advance for your help and understanding.
And many thanks to CommandPrompt for their constant support over the
many years we've been in operation.
Yes, sorry about that. It will be on the 19th. Fat fingers strike again.
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