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Download mirrors
     posted by Beuc, Tue Dec 16 19:28:09 2008 - 0 replies

Savannah now has 12 mirrors covering 8 countries and 4 continents!

To take advantage of these, we setup a GeoIP-based nearest-mirror redirection system. The old URL (without redirection) is still available at download.savannah.gnu.org/releases-noredirect/ . ...


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SVN upgrade
     posted by Beuc, Tue Dec 16 19:21:50 2008 - 0 replies

We upgraded subversion from v1.4 to v1.5.
Let us know if there's any problem.

If you want to upgrade the repository from fsfs2 to fsfs3, we can do that for you - open an authenticated support request stating so.

Thanks again to http://www.backports.org/ for the packages.

CAcert.org https certificates
     posted by Beuc, Tue Sep 16 17:49:31 2008 - 0 replies

We've switched to CAcert.org https certificates instead of the previously self-signed certificated. CAcert.org offers an alternative way to deliver https certificates based on a web of trust - and their software is GPL'd. More information at http://savannah.gnu.org/tls/

Webpages replication
     posted by Beuc, Wed Aug 20 09:37:50 2008 - 1 reply

All webpages now immediately synchronize to gnu.org and nongnu.org on CVS commit. Previously this wasn't installed for all projects, and some group type (such as translation teams) didn't update to the right place.

On other news we upgraded the Linux VServer kernel :)

Mercurial
     posted by Beuc, Mon Jun 2 18:30:06 2008 - 1 reply

Thanks to the work of Aleix Conchillo FlaquƩ, Mercurial is now available at Savannah!

You can enable it in your project through the top menu:
Main -> Select Features -> Mercurial

Repositories will be created within 1/2 hour and visible at
http://hg.savannah.gnu.org/hgweb/

You can also read an introduction at:
http://savannah.gnu.org/maintenance/UsingHg

SVN
     posted by Beuc, Sat May 31 06:38:20 2008 - 0 replies

SVN was working for a while in beta and is now available. Thanks to our beta-testers.
Stay tuned for another VCS pretty soon :)

Upgrades: Git and rsync
     posted by Beuc, Wed May 28 23:14:41 2008 - 0 replies

We upgraded:
- Git to v1.5.5.1 (from v1.5.4.2)
- rsync to v3 (from v2; used for file uploads and VCS raw access)

Thanks to http://www.backports.org/ for providing packages, easing the Savannah maintenance :)

Planned short downtime
     posted by Beuc, Wed May 28 23:14:05 2008 - 2 replies

Within the next few days (this will be precised), Savannah will experience a short interruption for some hardware replacement (RAM).

Downtime
     posted by Beuc, Sat May 17 23:18:52 2008 - 1 reply

There was downtime for around 2 hours today, mostly because of a fsck after a reboot.

The cause of the interruption appears to be:
- Numerous archzoom requests triggering an increased number of disk-hungry tla processes.
- Concurrent web crawlers indexing these pages.
- Made worse by a arch.sv.gnu.org => arch.savannah.gnu.org site-wide redirection earlier this week.

tla is temporarily disabled and the load has returned to normal. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.


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