LAVA Downtime Planned
dave.pigott at linaro.org
Tue Mar 20 12:02:59 UTC 2012
Just a reminder to everyone that I will start decommissioning the toolchain server and lava cloud tomorrow morning, and then LAVA will go offline on Thursday morning. If all goes according to plan then a limited LAVA service should be available late on Friday, and I will work across the weekend to get everything else back up and online.
We will be doing our best to keep the downtime to an absolute minimum, but the best laid plans can go awry. The major part that would push the availability out would be if our ISP do not keep to their commitment to get us connectivity by Friday. I will keep you informed as to progress during the move as and when possible.
Many thanks for your patience,
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On 16 Mar 2012, at 02:50, Paul Larson wrote:
> This is just an early notification that the Linaro validation farm will be physically moving to a new site next week. Unfortunately, the network cables won't stretch that far, so it will mean some downtime. :)
> Here's the tentative plan:
> Wednesday, March 21st - the rack with the toolchain server will be shut down, crated and sent off
> Thursday, March 22nd - pretty much everything else will go offline (main LAVA server, development boards)
> Friday, March 23rd - physical move will happen, and if all goes well (what could possibly go wrong?!) the main site and as many of the boards as possible will go back online in their new home
> Saturday, March 24th to Sunday, March 25th - finish configuring and bringing up cloud services, toolchain server, etc.
> There's another bit of good news here, that the lab will be getting a much needed upgrade in the internet connection. A partial (but significant one) at first, and a bigger one in about a month or so with redundant connections.
> Bear in mind that this is just the tentative plan, Dave or I will send out a reminder and update as the date gets closer, or if something changes.
> Paul Larson
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