On Mon, 18 Nov 2019 at 07:34, Sven-Hendrik Haase email@example.com wrote:
I set up a new Hetzner VPS that is going to become our new homedir/public_html server available to all TUs and Devs like soyuz was. We decided to decommission soyuz and put the public_html stuff on its own server for security reasons, to cut costs, and so that we can compartmentalize further.
The server uses a Hetzner Cloud Volume which we can scale if we want but for now, it's 100GiB of zstd-compressed btrfs. If possible, we'd like to keep it at this size for the time being. You can host your own repos there if you want and that's fine. Please talk to us beforehand if you see yourself exhausting the volume with what you want to do.
If you had stuff hosted in the public_html of soyuz, I'd ask you to transfer stuff over to the new box which is already reachable at the names pkgbuild.com (you'll get an SSH error because of this) and homedir.archlinux.org. Please check if you can throw away some old stuff/junk that you might not necessarily need on the new server.
This new box is *not for building*. That's what dragon is for. Please only put documents/files onto the new pkgbuild.com that you actually want people to be able to access publicly. The box has no building facilities and you get no sudo'd commands.
soyuz is going to be decommissioned no sooner than 2020-01-01 but do not expect it to hang around for long after that. We will not transfer any files for you from soyuz. In other words: All data not explicitly transferred by you will be destroyed after 2020-01-01.
Please bring up any problems you might have with this new server on the arch-devops list or IRC (#archlinux-devops).
This is a short reminder that this is happening. soyuz is going away soon. I'll mark it for cancellation one of these days. If you haven't done so yet, please migrate your data if it's important.