Hey, I've disabled wtfnix.com in mirrormanager because the mirror url
currently redirects to a domain name ad. http://wtfnix.com/ and it was
causing some strange errors for yum/repoquery.
I'm not sure if we usually do something else (contact the mirror admin or
send email to the mirrors list). Sending this email to let someone followup
if they know of something else that needs to happen.
We are experimenting with using usb 3.0 drives as iscsi disks for a
vmware cluster. When I add the 5th usb disk, the server will not
even boot and it looks like it looses disks 1&2. Any ideas appreciated.
First of all I must say that I did introduce me for the fedora-join mailing
list and could get an idea about fedora contribution areas.
Anyways as a brief introduction to me, I am a computer engineering
undergraduate at university of Peradeniya, Srilanka. I am a linux user for
quite long time now and really into open source. So I look forward to
contribute to fedora infrastructure, and would like to know in which ways I
Miloslav asks if y'all are okay with the infrastructure changes (koji
updates, current need for bare metal builders) required for the First Class
Cloud Images feature
So, I thought I'd check...
Matthew Miller ☁☁☁ Fedora Cloud Architect ☁☁☁ <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>