- Rackup and install equipment (Dec 29th) T8470
- Setup ProxMox, with networking and generate all VMs as agreed by resource allocation (Dec 29th onwards, potentially while on site?)
- Initial install steps - NON TRAFFIC
- Transition Steps - TRAFFIC - non critical
- Transition Steps - TRAFFIC - critical
- Mentioned In
- T8638: 99% of images are gone on rct.wiki
Blog Post: Introducing SCSVG
T5044: Setup centralised logging for services
- Mentioned Here
- T8179: Extension review: StructuredNavigation
T8470: Rack equipment cloud1 and switch
T8471: Deploy bastion services
T8472: Deploy ElasticSearch cluster
T8473: Deploy jobchron service on new infrastructure
T8474: Deploy memcached cluster on new infrastructure
T8475: Deploy graylog frontend on new infrastructure
T8476: Deploy ldap on new infrastructure
T8477: Deploy mail on new infrastructure
T8478: Deploy monitoring services on new infrastructure
T8479: Deploy mwtask on new infrastructure
T8480: Deploy test server on new infrastructure
T8481: Migrate Databases over to new infrastructure
T8482: Migrate GlusterFS over to new infrastructure
T8483: Migrate MediaWiki over to new infrastructure
T8484: Migrate DNS over to new infrastructure
T8485: Deploy puppet on new infrastructure
I will create all subtasks as labelled above and update that.
Tagged this as Notice for @Agent_Isai to pick up as I think a general notice to the community that there will be periods of read-only and reduced services (grafana/static, etc.) potentially coming up in January. More details will be known in the next few weeks (at most I would say 9th of Jan?) and periods of reduce service will receive at least 1 weeks notice to users.
First part is partially done - I'm going to put final testing in tomorrow for networking setup and security harden the more valuable access points into the new cluster.
I also want to keep the servers up and running for a full 24 hour period to see how they bed into their new environment and monitor base level power usage. Further updates on this tomorrow.
Status: MediaWiki is running as much as it can be without any databases.
I will be setting up jobs tonight and hopefully connecting the new servers to cache proxies but not in the main backend.