[arch-dev-public] soyuz (pkgbuild.com) server move to homedir.archlinux.org
svenstaro at gmail.com
Wed Jan 1 13:54:43 UTC 2020
On Fri, 13 Dec 2019 at 08:00, Sven-Hendrik Haase <svenstaro at gmail.com>
> On Mon, 18 Nov 2019 at 07:34, Sven-Hendrik Haase <svenstaro at gmail.com>
>> Hi all,
>> 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.
It's 2020 and you know what that means: soyuz has been securely wiped and
canceled. If there is anything you might have forgotten to save, we got
backups to restore it from.
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