On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 03:46:08PM -0500, Seth Vidal wrote:
We have one remaining RHEL5 host - app07. It is being kept alive in
order to keep running the fedoracommunity/stats page. After talking
with Luke about it I went looking through the http logs for
fedoracommunity on app07. In the last year the number of connections
hitting a url mentioning 'statistics' page is 1994. In the last 3
months the number is 15.
In the last 2 months the number is 0.
I think it is not helping up to keep this one oddball host around for
this. I'd like to suggest we decomm community/statistics and either
rebuild app07 as rhel6 or just terminate it.
Is there any thing about doing this that we need to be concerned
with? any additional worries as to what's on app07 or what is using
the community/statistics page that I'm not thinking of?
works for me. When we first moved community off to its own rhel5 host so we
could upgrade the rest of the app* servers there seemed to be a consensus
that we could get rid of community but datanommer might be right around the
corner so if there were no issues there might not be a burden to keeping it
up and running.
Since "just around the corner" has expired quite a few months ago and
getting pam_url built for RHEL5 is proving to be less simple than dropping
the SRPM into koji it seems quite fine to decommission it.
It's similar to the case of smolt -- an optional service that isn't being
used by many with a new service preparing to take its place somewhere in the