[Dev] New server - Consensus Needed

coadde coadde at riseup.net
Wed May 4 21:18:22 GMT 2016

On 05/04/2016 05:59 PM, Luke wrote:
> The specs are 500GB, 4 CPU, and 4GB of ram. Once I receive the complete
> information from them I will post it to the mailing list.
> I think that we should move everything we have over to the new server,
> and keep the current server as a backup.
> On 05/04/2016 04:48 PM, fauno wrote:
>> Luke <g4jc at openmailbox.org> writes:
>>> Hello,
>>> A generous sponsor is offering to give us a new server with higher specs
>>> in the privacy respecting datacenters of Iceland. (This sponsorship will
>>> soon be announced and advertised on our site once finalized)
>>> With that in mind, I think we should make sure the new server is a true
>>> Tier1 server. Meaning it is not listed in the mirrorlist and only a few
>>> people have the ability to rsync from it. We could probably still host
>>> our website on it, but it's main function should serve as a reliable
>>> server for developers - rather than overloading it as we are currently
>>> doing to the main server.
>>> Emulatorman suggests they we take a consensus about this, so what are
>>> your thoughts about the new server being a Tier 1?
>> what are the specs? is your plan moving everything we have on the
>> current server or keep both?
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I suggest to decentralize servers, example: use the old server as
website/git and the new server as package host.
Or use the old server as multimedia host (GNU MediaGoblin and revision
controls for multimedia)

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