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- Jul 10 2018, 12:38 PM (57 w, 4 d)
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Tue, Jul 30
Mon, Jul 29
Thanks for this stack. Note my small comment about using the hardcoded value 20 in there. These values should come somehow from swh.model I guess...
LGTM but I'm no ruby guy
Looks globally ok but as discussed IRL:
- we really do not want this hardocoded MAC address,
- we really want this first staging vm to live in a dedicated /24 instead of prod's one (192.168.100.0/24),
- it would be nice to check if this declared resources can be "templatized"; having to copy/paste this whole resource declaration for each and every VM we want to instantiate is the promise of a nightmare...
I'm not against this diff as quick solution for the problem, but I'm disappointed that this pagination stuff is not properly managed in the (client part) storage itself. What the point of having a client implementation of the storage if we do not abstract these kind of 'basic' behaviors?
Tue, Jul 23
Mon, Jul 22
What needs to be checked on next reboot is:
I have moved /srv/storage/space/annex on a dedicated zfs volume.
not sure this is the right ticket for it, but I've made a copy of the annex on a new volume (on zfs) to free a bot more of /srv/storage/space
Jul 18 2019
Ok with this, but it would make sense to have tests for these different configurations of 'old formats' I guess...
Jul 16 2019
Jul 15 2019
depend on swh.core 0.0.65
oops (commit message)
rework a bit the diff so that
Jul 11 2019
rework a bit the commit message
The debian package for aiohttp_utils is now available on debian.softwareheritage.org
Jul 10 2019
More explicit code for the loading of swh.workers entrypoint
rebased + a very small bit of doc
add a couple a simple tests
Depends on D1704
rebased and small typo (thx ardumont)
(and yes, reaching 0 warnings/errors it's gonna take a while…)
For backup centralization, it can stay there for now I guess.
I've published a new version of aiohttp_utils so this diff is no longer a wip
Jul 9 2019
updated and rebased