What I want to do is get a couple of servers set up and start to examine the mirror and
CVS setups. I have almost no experience with any kind of VCS and I know that this is a big
priority for FC7. I'd love to try sticking my nose in a bunch of other aspects like
clustering, load balancing and LDAP, but I need to start with a manageable chunk.
It seems to me that all of the options that have been looked at for future VCS are missing
features that seem like good ideas and I want to look and see if I can come up with any
novel ideas. Even if I can't I can at least follow along with what everyone else is
doing and not look _too_ lost.
From: imlinux(a)gmail.com On Behalf Of Mike McGrath
Sent: Friday, October 27, 2006 2:13 PM
To: Tim Robichaux
Cc: Fedora Infrastructure
Subject: Re: Server Config Standards
On 10/27/06, Tim Robichaux <tim(a)robichaux.net> wrote:
Is there anything out there (published) on how the servers are
configured? Is it just up to whomever is configuring it at the time? The reason why
I'm asking is that I'd like to set up a small test environment and I would like it
to be compliant with any standards or recommendations for the Fedora Project.
If there is a standard, should it be published to the Wiki?
We've discussed some of these things in the past a couple of times.
Right now there is a
section on the
wiki that discusses some of these items. Is it security through
obscurity? yes? Will that change in the future? Maybe, but that's
the way it is right now.
What type of Test environment were you interested in setting up?