[CentOS-devel] git.centos.org migration, please read
riehecky at fnal.gov
Tue Apr 2 13:26:41 UTC 2019
be updated to work with the new setup?
On 4/2/19 6:44 AM, Fabian Arrotin wrote:
> As pre-announced a long time ago (see
> https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-devel/2018-October/016997.html) ,
> we'll migrate git.centos.org to a new host/platform (pagure/repospanner)
> The current migration is planned for : April 8th (more details later
> about the exact hour, as we need to have acknowledgement from all
> involved people).
> Instead of writing a long email, we instead decided to put focus on a
> dedicated page, that will , after migration, replace the current one.
> - current one : https://wiki.centos.org/Sources
> - new one : https://wiki.centos.org/Sources_new
> After migration, we'll rename/swap both pages, to reflect the changes
> that will go live next monday.
> As a reminder : we had https://git.stg.centos.org and
> https://src.stg.fedoraproject.org in "sync" since October, replicating
> to each other instance. We also got good feedback from CentOS
> contributors who started to use it to test the new features, including
> the automatic ACL for protected branches, and some pkgs from CentOS
> distro were even built through that staging instance , to validate that
> it was working the way it was designed.
> So please read that wiki page (https://wiki.centos.org/Sources_new), and
> we can also add/correct things in that page, based on future feedback.
> WRT existing repositories : they'll all be imported (already validated)
> but if you had access (RWC) to a specific project, you'll have *first*
> to login with your ACO account, and then ask to be added to the ACL, as
> well as changing the "git remote" url, to point to ssh (all pushes are
> going through ssh, as previous gitblit/git.centos.org allowed https pushes)
> PS: while the date is normally April 8th, if there is a chance that we'd
> need to change that date, we'll post an update in this thread
> PS2 : Fedora infra is in "freeze" mode , meaning that during our
> migration, we'll start with only the CentOS branches, and Fedora will
> import their repositories/branches in the existing repospanner cluster
> later, and so the Fedora/EPEL branches will then automatically appear on
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