The migration today went fairly well, few bumps but all infrastructure
should be back up now except for the CVS box. He's hurt, hurt bad.
The issue is with booting and because many things at the colo are
still in a transition right now we cannot access PDU's to restart it.
We will be addressing this issue first thing tomorrow morning (US
morning) when the techs are back in the data center.
Outages are never fun and we apologize for any inconvenience this has
caused but once everything is back up we will be in a better spot for
future expandability of the Fedora Project's infrastructure.
Panu Matilainen wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Aug 2006, Denis Leroy wrote:
> > Alexander Larsson wrote:
> >> I see that gnome-bluetooth is now an optional package in the gnome
> >> installer group, and things like nautilus-sendto-bluetooth isn't
> >> included at all right now.
> >> I think a lot of machines (laptops) these days ship with Bluetooth
> >> support though, and a lot of people have mobile phones with Bluetooth
> >> support. Maybe we should install packages like this by default so that
> >> you can send a file to your phone in an out of the box FC6 install.
> >> Opinions?
> > We're dealing with 372 Kb of packages here, so I think this is definitely
> > worth installing by default. I also have a bluetooth phone, so this is not
> > just reserved to laptop users.
> Another metoo - I have a bluetooth dongle on my desktop for transferring
> photos from phone to computer. Hardly an uncommon task these days, at
> least in this part of the world :)
- Installed by default, but
- In a separate Anaconda/Pirut group so it can be easily de-selected
(It would be oh-so-nice to have an "install these packages if the
hardware is present" capability to set an intelligent default for this
kind of thing).
After a long wait, finally, pilot-link v0.12.0 has been released.
FC5 shipped with a pre-release version of pilot-link v0.12.0 that was
later reverted in an errata update to pilot-link v0.11.8.
It would be nice if FC6 could ship with v0.12.0. It solves major
problems (race conditions most notably) with it's libusb support, plus
it is much faster.
Back in March I benchmarked backing up 15,668KB of data from my Treo650
with v0.11 using the visor kernel module method and pre-release v0.12
The results were:
Using the visor method:
$ pilot-xfer -p /dev/ttyUSB1 -b /tmp/Treo650-backup-visor
Results: 415 seconds or 37.75KB/sec
Using the libusb method:
$ pilot-xfer -p usb: -b /tmp/Treo650-backup-libusb
Results: 201 seconds or 77.95KB/sec
Date: August 30th, 2006
Time: 8:00AM - 8:00PM Mountain Standard Time (UTC -7)
Fedora Project Infrastructure is scheduled for maintenance during
Wednesday, August 30th for co-location facility upgrades. The servers
will be back online by no later than 08:00PM MST (UTC-7).
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Generally the entire development infrastructure will be down for the
day. The good news is that this upgrade will allow for improved
reliability and expansion capacity for future Fedora Infrastructure and
We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause. Thank you for
supporting the Fedora Project.
I see that gnome-bluetooth is now an optional package in the gnome
installer group, and things like nautilus-sendto-bluetooth isn't
included at all right now.
I think a lot of machines (laptops) these days ship with Bluetooth
support though, and a lot of people have mobile phones with Bluetooth
support. Maybe we should install packages like this by default so that
you can send a file to your phone in an out of the box FC6 install.
Alexander Larsson Red Hat, Inc
He's a short-sighted overambitious rock star on his last day in the job. She's
a sarcastic psychic barmaid who believes she is the reincarnation of an
ancient Egyptian queen. They fight crime!
I'm still seeing the same crashes in evolution that were discussed on
the list a couple of weeks ago before the glibc update was supposed to
fix them. I normally get them while fetching mail or updating the folder
summaries and the backtrace is exactly the same as I saw before updating
glibc to -23 and later to -25. Are we certain that the glibc fixes were
complete and that the bug is in evolution or underlying libraries?
I've filed a bug upstream with more information:
I'm trying to debug various build failures on FC devel, but right now
my build roots can't update because the metadata for the devel trees
seems to be gone...
(no "repodata" directory)
The daily rawhide report didn't get to the list (yet) either. Maybe
something broke during today's push :-/
Clean custom Red Hat Linux rpm packages : http://freshrpms.net/
Fedora Core release 5.91 (FC6 Test2) - Linux kernel 2.6.17-1.2586.fc6
Load : 0.55 0.66 0.69