So our trac syncing has been failing lately. After some debugging I
discovered that A) some projects are logging to projects/*/log/trac.log
and B) we're doing so with debug enabled. Some of these files are HUGE.
Pungi's is over 1.1G. So here's what I'd like to propose.
1) Remove all of those log files.
2) Disable logging (only a small handful have enabled it)
3) Set the default log level on all future and current projects to ERROR
instead of DEBUG
4) After the freeze look at how to properly log rotate these files.
Hosted1 is currently frozen but seeing as how this is impacting backups,
can I get two +1's ?
What is everyone's thoughts about us sponsoring a Freenode server? Their
general requirements are noted on http://freenode.net/hosting_ircd.shtml
and I've discussed them with mmcgrath and he has said they seem doable,
probably on telia1 or osuosl1. Basically we'd be providing them a xen
guest with about 1.5 or 2 GB ram, client servers should expect to sustain
around 1Mbps of traffic, with much higher peaks. Total usage for client
servers is usually around 320 gigabytes per month, while hidden hubs are
generally much lower overall.
We'd be giving them at least a user account on it, they prefer sudo if
possible. They handle the day-to-day administering of the ircd, either
scp'ing new binaries or compiling the ircd on the server itself, and
copying new config files to there.
I've talked to their sponsor liaison and they seem to be interested. Mike
and I wanted to discuss it on here before I send the actual "proposal"
I think it would be a good idea, especially since we use them so much for
our IRC channels, it'd be nice to contribute a server back to the network.
On 3/18/2010 12:10 AM, Mike McGrath wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Mar 2010, Gergely Buday wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> is there a list of known deficiencies of fedora - I mean those which
>> can be cured by developing new software, rather than fixing bugs? Or,
>> if such list does not exist, can you name a few missing item from
>> fedora? Think of relatively small would-be software, without a GUI.
> One of the new initatives in Fedora is called Fedora Engineering Services
> - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_Engineering_Services
> If you're a fast learner who just wants to work on various technical and
> other issues but don't care what, sign up. We can always use more help.
Wow... this is the kind of work I was looking for... Can I sign up?
Jose M Manimala