So we finally wrapped up the big migration of bugzilla.redhat.com yesterday morning. We moved from an internal system (1 web, 1 db w hot spare) to one in the datacenter (multiple web and db) plus some basic code fixes. It was an epic effort with large amounts of data having to be copied over relatively […]
Been trying to track down some issues with the new Subversion servers at work. They are setup to be accessed via https only, authentication provided by mod_auth_kerb. This works beautifully for doing Negotiate auth, however I’d been seeing some odd errors when it would fall back to Basic. I was seeing a bunch of replay […]
Brew/Koji‘s db is well over 100G, Bugzilla is ~11G so your puny 8.5G RT database fails to impress. 🙂 BTW, for the record, Request Tracker is a slow and confusing beast. I’d _really_ like to put it out of my misery.
Been playing with the new virt layer in RHEL5 and having a blast. I did have to make some changes to get NAT to work with guest domains. Nothing huge, just created a dummy network device and bridged to that instead of the normal eth0 as such – /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-dummy0: # Dummy interface for Xen DEVICE=dummy0 […]
Been a while since I last posted. Tho not from a lack of desire or subject matter, simply a lack of time. Quite a bit has happened since my last post. The Girls have been growing like crazy and being quite the handful as of late. Britton’s gaining knowledge (and hopefully some wisdom) at a […]