Fwd: OpenJDK server migration TODAY (Friday 2014/3/7)
rory.odonnell at oracle.com
Mon Mar 10 11:53:10 UTC 2014
Can you give this mailing list a heads up when/where hack days are
With sufficient notice, I might be able get some bodies to attend.
On 08/03/2014 13:56, Martijn Verburg wrote:
> I know some of you are working on trying out OpenJDK 9 builds in today's
> hac session in London, please see the notes below.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: <mark.reinhold at oracle.com>
> Date: 7 March 2014 19:30
> Subject: OpenJDK server migration TODAY (Friday 2014/3/7)
> To: announce at openjdk.java.net
> We're going to migrate the OpenJDK db, cr, hg, and mail domains,
> as well as the root openjdk.java.net domain, to a new server later
> today. The bugs and wiki domains will not be affected.
> Here's the time line:
> 14:00 PST (22:00 UTC) -- Servers go into read-only mode;
> inbound e-mail will be queued
> 21:00 PST (05:00 UTC) -- DNS entries change
> 23:00 PST (07:00 UTC) -- Service restored
> After the DNS entries change most services should be available for
> reading, but not for writing. A followup announcement will be sent
> once all services are back to normal.
> We're taking this opportunity to upgrade the Mercurial (hg) server
> to use Mercurial version 2.9. As a consequence:
> - The push-only "-gate" repos will no longer be needed and will be
> removed. After the migration changes must be pulled from, and
> pushed to, the same repository. (Pushes will still be done via
> ssh, not http.) If you have recorded "-gate" repository paths
> in any .hg/hgrc files then you'll have to remove the "-gate"
> suffix from those paths.
> - The unsupported Forest extension will no longer be present on the
> server, so commands such as fpush, fpull, fincoming, etc., will no
> longer work. As an alternative you can use the recently-published
> Trees extension  or the existing get_source.sh script .
> - The minimum recommended version of Mercurial on the client side is
> 2.6.3, although earlier versions are likely to continue to work.
> After the migration, please report any problems (as usual) to ops at
> openjdk dot java dot net.
> - Mark
>  http://openjdk.java.net/projects/code-tools/trees
>  http://openjdk.java.net/guide/repositories.html#clone
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