On Fri, Dec 26, 2008 at 11:44:18PM +0000, The Linux Store UK™ wrote:
> Hello I have been trying to get the everything jigdo dvd spins, but have
> an issue completing the dload it keeps giving me the following error
> ERROR 404: NOT FOUND
> This is the same error for all 9 dvd's and shows 2 files remaining
> I have attached an image of the actual error from a screen capture
> Please any assistance would be greatly appreciated
I can confirm that it also does not work for me. I am copying
fedora-infrastructure in hope somebody understands the problem.
The file (RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-test-ia64) cannot be downloaded using wget
$ curl -v http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/10/Fedora/i38...
* About to connect() to download.fedoraproject.org port 80 (#0)
* Trying 188.8.131.52... connected
* Connected to download.fedoraproject.org (184.108.40.206) port 80 (#0)
> GET /pub/fedora/linux/releases/10/Fedora/i386/os/RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-test-ia64 HTTP/1.1
> User-Agent: curl/7.18.2 (i386-redhat-linux-gnu) libcurl/7.18.2 > NSS/220.127.116.11 zlib/1.2.3 libidn/0.6.14 libssh2/0.18
> Host: download.fedoraproject.org
> Accept: */*
< HTTP/1.1 404 NOT FOUND
< Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2008 13:23:25 GMT
< Server: Apache/2.2.3 (Red Hat)
< cache-control: no-cache
< AppTime: D=17402
< AppServer: app3.fedora.phx.redhat.com
< Content-Length: 0
< Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8
< ProxyTime: D=463258
< ProxyServer: proxy5.fedoraproject.org
* Connection #0 to host download.fedoraproject.org left intact
* Closing connection #0
If I just use http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/10/Fedora/i38...
I am redirected to a mirror and there I can download the file. Other GPG
keys seem to work.
I'll be without Internet until Tuesday the 30th. Here's to MW 1.13.3 not
Ian Weller <ianweller(a)gmail.com> http://ianweller.org
GnuPG fingerprint: E51E 0517 7A92 70A2 4226 B050 87ED 7C97 EFA8 4A36
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I'm planning a Puppet (Config. Mgmt.) BarCamp session on FUDCon in
Boston, but right now I'm thinking we may as well attach a HackFest
session or two to see if we can implement some of the stuff that puppet
does but the Fedora Infrastructure doesn't use (yet), or otherwise
improve the puppet infrastructure we use.
It should be a fairly interesting set of sessions since the Fedora
Infrastructure team has been working with puppet for quite a while now,
as have I but in many different organizations.
This has driven me to come up with puppetmanaged.org, a collection of
puppet modules primarily focused on Red Hat- and Fedora- based systems,
and a way to share those modules amongst a larger audience. I guess
we'll be talking about using those modules as well, or improving them so
that they meet the requirements of Fedora Infrastructure, or applying
them to Fedora's puppet infra, maybe.
Additionally, the modules on puppetmanaged.org are based around a 3-way
staging model, that allows you to distinguish between development,
testing and production environments, as well as set a "standard" for
overriding and/or extending the modules with customized manifests, and
storing configurations in a database (exported resources for those of
you familiar with them).
With that functionality, the puppetmaster on puppetmanaged.org now
manages nodes in different organizations -with, of course, very
different profiles, needs and expectations-, allows "satellite"
puppetmasters to be deployed in an organization (satellite puppetmasters
themselves are managed by master.puppetmanaged.org but manage
*.organization.tld nodes). My experience with puppet has also allowed me
to organize workshops for customers, create a good reader in the
process, and (co-)maintaining the entire puppet/ruby stack in Fedora and
Needless to say, development paths of Fedora Infra's puppet and
puppetmanaged.org have never aligned and as such -at FUDCon- I think
we've got the opportunity to review each other setup and see what it is
we can use/learn.
If you have any questions, remarks or ideas to talk about during FUDCon
-whether you can make it or not-, I'd like to hear about them.
I'll hopefully see those of you attending FUDCon!
Jeroen van Meeuwen
I get following rsync errors on syncing fedora-secondary on the last few
rsync: send_files failed to open "/development/sparc/os/images/.initrd.img.pupy3y" (in fedora-secondary): Permission denied (13)
rsync: send_files failed to open "/releases/9/Everything/source/SRPMS/.supertuxkart-0.4-1.fc9.src.rpm.omf19j" (in fedora-secondary): Permission denied (13)
rsync: send_files failed to open "/releases/test/9-Beta/Fedora/source/SRPMS/.geronimo-specs-1.0-1.M2.2jpp.12.src.rpm.quHnuo" (in fedora-secondary): Permission denied (13)
Maybe someone can delete those files. Thanks!
my name is Gregor Gruener and i am twenty-five years old. I work one year with linux now and when the fedora-infrastructure-Team have interest i like to give my help. I am working in the company Telefonica Germany in our housing section, 2nd-Level support for our costumer. We are using lot of RedHat Enterprise Server 5. I have big interests to learn more to administrate RHEP 5 Server and to use my "small" knowledge to help the fedora team. I think in standard-Administration i am very ok and i am Certified RedHat Technician for RHEP 5. For more questions i am in the irc fedora-admin channel user: ggruener
Sorry, but my English grammar is not the best.
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Hello all, I figured I would drop a line and introduce myself. I have
been a linux user since the TAMU 0.12 distro days and a Redhat user
since the Redhat 4 days. I am a Network and Systems Engineer who has
worked looking to contribute where I can.
I have experience administering and engineering distributed computing
clusters in a real-time environment. I was responsible for creating a
custom distribution for use in an embedded product for my company.
I am pretty good at hacking bash and php which I use to automate most
tasks. You can consider me a generalist looking to get more involved.
In past lives, I have done system engineering for an MMO game. I have
engineered cable modem networks, and worked on the architecture team of
a large corporate distributed computing environment.
I currently support an MMO game client on multiple platforms. (I did the
port to two of the three supported platforms) I also do network
engineering on a Tollway in my state.
There will be an outage starting at 2008-12-24 14:00 UTC UTC, which will
last approximately ? hours.
To convert UTC to your local time, take a look at
date -d '2008-12-24 14:00 UTC'
Collaboration services (Gobby)
CVS / Source Control
Reason for Outage:
serverbeach1-3 went out this morning. This happened a month ago from
electrical issues but there's no word on if this is the same thing or
related to that in any way. Nigel has submitted a ticket to them to get
it looked at, generally they are very quick about fixing this, I'd be
surprised if this took more then an hour. Having said that, we have no
information so the whole building might have fallen into a sink hole or
Please join #fedora-admin in irc.freenode.net or respond to this email to
track the status of this outage.
I am new joined the fedora infrastructure group. I am going through few of the links in the site to get a feel of the work and people. I have submitted my .ssh_rsa_key.pub from the site itself on the day I registered myself. Please someone can let me know further proceedings from here onwards, any intimations/pointers & references on this.
Hey everyone, so there's lots or projects going on right now and I'm going
to spend some time to prioritize them and hopefully get help on them.
We need to upgrade the wiki, like yesterday. We're on an unsupported
branch right now.
Whats the hangup? HNP is our ACL plugin. Some might remember when we
said "A wiki is not a CMS" well, now we're being screwed by it. It has
been made clear to us that certain pages in the wiki must A) stay on the
wiki and B) be editable by only a subset of people. HNP is not supported
by newer versions of mediawiki.
The koji database is borked right now. We're getting by but its a ticking
timebomb. There was some data corruption with our backplane issues this
last week. Damaged portions equal no more then 160K at this point (I'm
still doing other measurements). This is less then .0002% of the data of
that database. The problem is that when I try to do dumps of the data
pgsql fails. This is a must fix.
NFS1's IO load is just not right. Something isn't behaving as it should
and I'm just not sure whats going on there yet. We need to do a full
examination and trend of it. This involves moving cvs1 to another
location and involves moving releng2 to xen1 to help ease some load.
Additionally we need to move kojipkgs1 to another location (probably xen1)
and enable a proper caching for it. We also need to finally get a valid
backup of nfs1. This still hasn't happened. Its difficult to test
because of the high load on the disks, backups take 4+ days. lots of
things can go wrong during that time.
Tickets: #1061, #1074, #1075, #1076.
DR backups is a project I've been trying to get in shape. its general
there, needs some polish. The dr user is there. But an audit and
verification of everything we need to back up needs to be done.
CSRF is a pretty serious deal, toshio is working on it but I'm sure he can
use some help.
Ricky has been working on some FAS stuff but some outstanding systems must
be implemented quickly particularly as it relates to stale users. We need
to get the password expiration stuff in, and we need to document and
define what each user state means and how it will relate to other
If you don't have access to the systems of this stuff, we likely won't be
able to sponsor and train you in time to get this stuff done. Sorry, but
you can still look at the code issues mentioned above or test alternatives
for the wiki.
If you have access and are working on something else, if you are able
please stop doing that thing and work on one of the above issues. Even
after these issues are done I've got a good 6 months of stuff backed up
before new things can be done. We've literally exploded in size. Over
the last two years the services, nodes, etc that we support has grown over
10 times and our core team has only grown by a few members. We're doing
better then most OSS communities out there, but we can do better.
Could somebody start looking into the noisy cron jobs? We seem to have
quite a few that are failing or spitting unnecessary text out into
email. Could be a fun project for somebody looking to get familiar with
Infrastructure, since the jobs seem to span all parts of our realm.
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