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Meeting Log - 2008-05-15



And the document you've all been waiting for... The meeting log for the Infrastructure Team held on 15th May 2008 at 2000UTC!

Reg,
Nigel



07:56 < sebastian^> first one :>
07:59 -!- mmcgrath changed the topic of #fedora-meeting to: Infrastructure -- Who's here?
07:59 < smooge> I am
07:59 < abadger1999> smooge == God?
07:59 < sebastian^> me too
07:59 < abadger1999> ;-)
07:59  * G gives mmcgrath a cookie
07:59  * iWolf is here
08:00  * ricky
08:00 * smooge jumps out of the burning bush going "it burns it burns.. oh god it burns..."
08:00  * jcollie is here
08:00  * skvidal is
08:00 < jbrothers> first meeting for me
08:00 < ricky> jbrothers: Welcome!
08:01 < G> I've got logs if needed
08:01 < jbrothers> thanks, ricky
08:01 < ricky> G: Mind emailing them/updating the wiki page today? I haven't gotten email 100% setup yet
08:01 < G> k
08:01  * geoffs says hello
08:01 < ricky> Thanks
08:01 < mmcgrath> Just an FYI before we get started, fedorapeople got borked for a bit but it should be fine now. I'll send an outage notification out after the meeting to let everyone know what happened.
08:01  * nirik is sitting back in the bleachers.
08:01  * couf lurks
08:01  * dgilmore is here
08:02 < mmcgrath> So lets get to the tickets.
08:02 < mmcgrath> oh crap, can't get to the tickets.
08:02 < mmcgrath> .ticket 300
08:02 < zodbot> mmcgrath: #300 (Can't log into wiki) - Fedora Infrastructure - Trac - https://fedorahosted.org/projects/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/300
08:02 < mmcgrath> heh, well some people can.
08:02 < mmcgrath> will someone here that can get to https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ go to the meeting link at the bottom and pm me what tickets are listed there? 08:03 < mmcgrath> we're having some routing issues at serverbeach. Not sure from what exactly yet
08:03 < G> mmcgrath: lets see
08:04  * mdomsch is only a little lage
08:04 < mdomsch> late
08:04 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: no worries, I'm hoping someone can get me the ticket list, we're having some routing issues to serverbeach.
08:04 < mmcgrath> is anyone able to access that page?
08:04 < mmcgrath> https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/
08:05 < G> mmcgrath: 395 398 446 547
08:05 < skvidal> yes
08:05 < skvidal> I am
08:05 < mmcgrath> nm, I got them
08:05 < mmcgrath> thanks
08:05 < mmcgrath> so first one
08:05 < mmcgrath> .ticket 395
08:05 < zodbot> mmcgrath: #395 (Audio Streaming of Fedora Board Conference Calls) - Fedora Infrastructure - Trac - https://fedorahosted.org/projects/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/395
08:05 < mdomsch> it's timing out for me
08:06 < mmcgrath> jcollie: I'd assume there's no news there but I wanted to tell you I am planning on having asterisk deployed and working before FUDCon.
08:06 < mmcgrath> the non board call part of all of that
08:06 < mmcgrath> jcollie: anything new on that front?
08:06 < mmcgrath> will you have time coming up to work on it?
08:06 < jcollie> yeah, i was going to start some work on that, but keep it simple
08:06 < jcollie> no irc bots and such yet
08:06  * ivazquez apologizes for being late
08:06 < mmcgrath> ivazquez: no worries.
08:07 < mmcgrath> jcollie: is there a web interface for it or anything?
08:07  * mmcgrath assumes no, thought he' dask
08:07 < skvidal> mmcgrath: ticket submitted to sb
08:07 < jcollie> asterisk of flumotion?
08:07 < mmcgrath> flumotion
08:07 < mmcgrath> well either as it relates to conference calls I guess.
08:07 < jcollie> no web client but there is a python gui
08:07 < mmcgrath> skvidal: thanks
08:07 < mmcgrath> ah, k
08:08 < mmcgrath> jcollie: anything else on that front? if not we'll move on. 08:08 < jcollie> basically as a first step i want to get the board connected over SIP with audio feeds to the web
08:08 < mmcgrath> <nod>
08:08 < jcollie> public will pass Qs to board over irc channel
08:09 < jcollie> control of audio feed will need to be done by someone in sysadmin-whatever 08:09 < mmcgrath> skvidal: dgilmore: btw, where are the public board meetings advertised? I didn't even know about the last one.
08:09 < dgilmore> mmcgrath: fab
08:09 < skvidal> I'm pretty sure we also emailed -announce
08:09  * skvidal looks for stickster
08:09  * stickster here
08:10 < ricky> YES!!!!!
08:10 < ricky> MY FILES!!!  AAHHHHHH!H!!
08:10 < ricky> (sorry, I had to do that)
08:10 < mmcgrath> ricky: :)
08:10  * ricky does a dance!
08:11 < dgilmore> stickster: we need to announce board meetings loader
08:11 < dgilmore> louder
08:12 < stickster> dgilmore: mmcgrath: The last one was posted to fedora-advisory-board, fedora-announce-list, and fedora-marketing-list.
08:12 < mmcgrath> stickster: how far in advanced?
08:12 < stickster> mmcgrath: One week
08:12 * mmcgrath wonders if it went to all 3 at once and got filed somewhere. 08:12 < mmcgrath> stickster: I suggest you use zodbot to announce the meetings 5 minutes before they start as well :)
08:12 < mmcgrath> I can give you or someone access to do that
08:13 < stickster> http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-announce-list/2008-April/msg00014.html
08:13 < mmcgrath> ok, anywho, we should move on to the next ticket :)
08:13 < mmcgrath> .ticket 398
08:13 < zodbot> mmcgrath: #398 (elfutils `monotone' (mtn) error) - Fedora Infrastructure - Trac - https://fedorahosted.org/projects/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/398 08:13 < mmcgrath> jcollie: abadger1999: either of you guys know anything thats going on with this?
08:13 < jcollie> i haven't heard anything
08:13 < mmcgrath> rmcgrath: we're talking about
08:13 < mmcgrath> .ticket 398
08:13 < zodbot> mmcgrath: #398 (elfutils `monotone' (mtn) error) - Fedora Infrastructure - Trac - https://fedorahosted.org/projects/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/398
08:14 < abadger1999> Nope.  rmcgrath said usher wouldn't help us.
08:14 < mmcgrath> that whole anonymous monotone thing.
08:14 < abadger1999> But he was looking at hacking something together that would give fas members anonymous access. 08:14 < rmcgrath> yeah i left that sitting while busy with other work plus not wanting to worry about the change freeze
08:14 < abadger1999> and later trying to extend it.
08:14 < mmcgrath> well, if there's no news, there's no news.
08:14 < mmcgrath> rmcgrath: <nod>
08:15 < mmcgrath> alrighty then, next ticket!
08:15 < rmcgrath> i have a hack that is probably sufficient for fas users to get r/o access, just not tested 08:15 < mmcgrath> rmcgrath: solid, well the freeze is over now so we can get it in if you're ready. 08:15 < ricky> Wait, so does the trac source tab now show anything right now? 08:15 < rmcgrath> still needs testing, but i think i have what i need when i get the time 08:16 < mmcgrath> ricky: It does but you can't just check it out that way and get a working project.
08:16 < ricky> Ah, yeah - that's a problem.
08:16 < mmcgrath> anywho, we'll wait to see how the hack works :)
08:16 < mmcgrath> .ticket 446
08:16 < zodbot> mmcgrath: #446 (Possibility to add external links on spins page) - Fedora Infrastructure - Trac - https://fedorahosted.org/projects/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/446
08:16 < mmcgrath> dgilmore: any news on that?
08:16 -!- rmcgrath [n=roland c-76-102-158-52 hsd1 ca comcast net] has left #fedora-meeting []
08:17 < dgilmore> i started and keep forgeting to go back to it
08:17 -!- wolfy [n=lonewolf fedora/wolfy] has joined #fedora-meeting
08:17 < mmcgrath> heh, so nothing new on that front then :) ?
08:18 < dgilmore> Im going to lock myself ina room and catch up on my todo's
08:18 < dgilmore> not today
08:18 < mmcgrath> k
08:18 < mmcgrath> and
08:18 < mmcgrath> .ticket 547
08:18 < zodbot> mmcgrath: #547 (Koji DB Server as postgres 8.3) - Fedora Infrastructure - Trac - https://fedorahosted.org/projects/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/547
08:18 < mmcgrath> ahhh this is a good one.
08:18 < mmcgrath> abadger1999: want to give a quick round up on why we want to do this?
08:19 < dgilmore> so ive been using 8.3 on the sparc buildsys for awhile now
08:19 < skvidal> hey hey
08:19 < skvidal> http://forums.serverbeach.com/showthread.php?t=7472
08:19 < abadger1999> we've been running into all sorts of annoyances with postgres 8.1
08:19 < ricky> Aha.
08:19 < abadger1999> About half of them have to do with vacuuming.
08:19 < mmcgrath> skvidal: whew, always nice to know its not "just us" :)
08:19 < abadger1999> -- having to vacuum the whole db frequently, not being able to use autovacuum.
08:19 < skvidal> no, but later in that thread they specifically blame you :)
08:20 < mmcgrath> skvidal: figures
08:20 < abadger1999> The other half are performance -- large queries taking days to complete and such.
08:20 < skvidal> nod
08:20 < abadger1999> 8.3 has several enhancements that mitigate the issues
08:20 < dgilmore> abadger1999: if we need some benchmarking i can do that
08:20 < dgilmore> though it wont be apples to apples
08:21 < mmcgrath> abadger1999: so here's my only concern.... What are we going to be doing as far as building and maintaining our own package
08:21 < mmcgrath> ?
08:21 < mmcgrath> I just suspect thats not a small job, we should ping the package maintainer and see what he thinks.
08:21 < mmcgrath> is there any chance of us getting 8.3 into RHEL5.2 or 5.3?
08:21 < dgilmore> mmcgrath: no change for getting 8.3 into RHEL5
08:22 < mmcgrath> dgilmore: why is that?  not backwards compatable?
08:22 -!- nim-nim [n=nim-nim fedora/nim-nim] has quit [Connection timed out]
08:22 < dgilmore> mmcgrath: its stuck at 8.1 for the life of RHEL5
08:22  * mmcgrath has no idea what that decision process is like.
08:22 < mdomsch> the whole dump/restore process on upgrade would be problematic for users
08:22 < abadger1999> yep.
08:22 < mmcgrath> k
08:22 < jcollie> hop in the fedora time machine and bring back a copy of RHEL6 from 1 year from now 08:22 < mmcgrath> so we're on our own... how much additional work are we talking about there? 08:22 < dgilmore> mmcgrath: ive been building 8.3 from F8 on a FC-6 sparc tree and using that 08:23 < mmcgrath> is anyone here volunteering to maintain that package in the infrastructure repo? 08:23 < dgilmore> i think that maintainence wont be too bad. until Fedora moves beyond 8.3
08:24 < mdomsch> I hear a volunteer
08:24 < G> if it comes to it, I'll do it, but I'd perfer not to (I don't even have RHEL5 available to me, sounds like a job for a redhatter :)
08:24  * jcollie whispers CentOS in G's ear
08:24 < skvidal> G: you can't access centos5?
08:25 < jcollie> centos rocks if you can't afford rhel
08:25 < mmcgrath> ok, lets forget about volunteering to build and maintain the package...
08:25 < mmcgrath> Is anyone here against moving to 8.3 for any reason?
08:25 < jcollie> +1 from me
08:25 < mmcgrath> It is my understanding (though I've not used 8.3) that there are a lot of benefits to it. 08:25 < abadger1999> so how long are we looking at staying with 8.3 on RHEL5? 08:25 < G> I can access CentOS but there is a matter of bandwidth I want to avoid :)
08:26 < mdomsch> abadger1999, until we want to upgrade the box to RHEL6
08:26 < jcollie> abadger1999: probably until rhel6 i suppose
08:26 < mmcgrath> abadger1999: I'd say until such a time comes that we can't use 8.3 or until it gets supported on another platform.
08:26 < mmcgrath> like RHEL6
08:26 < G> To me 8.3 on a new server just for Koji sounds good
08:26 < mdomsch> which I won't speculate as to it's release date in this channel... 08:26 < abadger1999> So will upgrading to RHEL6 for the db boxes be a priority? 08:26 < mmcgrath> abadger1999: we'll have to consider that when the time comes.
08:27 < abadger1999> k.
08:27 < mmcgrath> I mean, if our RHEL5 box just keeps on ticking with the postgres83 we've got on it, probably no hurry.
08:27 < mmcgrath> as long as there aren't security issues or something.
08:27 < abadger1999> I can build 8.3 for infrastructure.
08:27 < mmcgrath> abadger1999: k, I'll comaintain it with you then
08:27 < abadger1999> But i'm not going to be able to investigate the depths of the source code.
08:27 < abadger1999> sounds good.
08:27 < mmcgrath> skvidal: I just got a recovery notice.
08:27 < skvidal> me too
08:28 < mmcgrath> abadger1999: do we want to put a time frame on this or just wait until db3 is installed and ready?
08:28 < G> ah ha, I can access fh.org from home now, better than links :)
08:28 < abadger1999> Doing it with db3 makes sense.
08:29 < mmcgrath> k, so thats settled then. Anyone have anything else? if not we'll move on. 08:29 < abadger1999> it'll take a dump and reload to migrate the data from 8.1 to 8.3
08:29 < mmcgrath> <nod>
08:29 < mmcgrath> alrighty then.  Thats the end of the tickets
08:29 -!- mmcgrath changed the topic of #fedora-meeting to: Infrastructure -- Lessons Learned 08:29 < mmcgrath> .tiny http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/F9LessonsLearned
08:29 < zodbot> mmcgrath: http://tinyurl.com/3omv7h
08:30 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: want to take the floor on this or should I just go through it?
08:30 < mdomsch> go for it
08:30 < mmcgrath> allllrighty
08:30 < mdomsch> a lot of it is stuff I noticed for MM/mirrors
08:30 < mmcgrath> So as some of you probably heard we had a release on Tuesday.
08:30 < mdomsch> red hat IS didn't hear
08:30 < G> mmcgrath: we did? :P
08:30 < mmcgrath> and, to date, its been the smoothest release I've ever seen as far as the infrastructure side.
08:31 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: ?
08:31 < mdomsch> amen
08:31 < ricky> :-)
08:31 < mdomsch> no melted switches, datacenters offline
08:31 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: you just sayin they didn't get much traffic or did they tell you they didn't know aobut it? (I only ask because... I created a ticket :)
08:31 < mmcgrath> ahh, yes!
08:31 < mmcgrath> so down the list!
08:31 < mmcgrath> So the biggest thing we saw was the leak.
08:31 < smooge> congrats to mdomsch and the rest for making that sooo smooth
08:32 < mmcgrath> and it was really only a problem because it got fixed multiple times, and still started leaking but I think we have a handle on that so it won't happen next time.
08:32 < mmcgrath> it'd be good to review this list.....
08:32 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: hey, would you mind adding this page to the SOP/Release page as something to review? 08:32 < mmcgrath> the next thing was jigdo, I actually have no idea what happened there or even that there was a problem. 08:32 < mdomsch> personally, I'm OK with a few leaks - let the fanbois get their early taste of freedom
08:32 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: what happened there?
08:33 < mdomsch> mmcgrath, pyjigdo wasn't done in time; jesse had to manually tweak the created template files
08:33 < mdomsch> and those are tricky to manually tweak
08:33 < mdomsch> so they were wrong a couple times
08:33 < mmcgrath> <nod>
08:33 < mdomsch> on Thursday before relesae, after bits had been sent to the mirrors, rel-eng pushed the panic button
08:34 < mdomsch> and wound up respinning a bunch of ISOs
08:34 < mdomsch> but not quite all of them
08:34 < mmcgrath> updates/ is certainly something we could do easier next time. 08:34 < mmcgrath> We could even have updates available ahead of time... I suppose thats up to releng though. 08:34 < mdomsch> yeah, I see no reason for updates/ not to be ready even before the rest of the bits; after rawhide is frozen
08:34 < mdomsch> at least updates/testing/
08:35 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: regarding mm db. Did those changes get in and ready?
08:35 < mdomsch> though we did have 200MB (per arch) of 0-day updates
08:35 < mmcgrath> <nod>
08:35 < G> I was kinda told that it would be ready, I was quite surprised to the see the release-3hours (I think) push
08:35 < mdomsch> mmcgrath, yes, mm changes are active now
08:35 < mmcgrath> solid
08:35 < mdomsch> abadger1999, re the mm hosts table
08:35 < mmcgrath> lmacken: f13: you two around?
08:36 < mdomsch> would it help if I split the timestamp recording for that out into its own table?
08:36 < mdomsch> that's really the field being updated often
08:36 < abadger1999> mdomsch: IIRC the table doesn't have much data?
08:37 < mdomsch> no, not much
08:37 < abadger1999> So it probably won't make a big difference.
08:37 < mdomsch> ok, good :-)
08:37 < abadger1999> host_category_dir made a huge difference since it was both big and frequent updates.
08:37 < mdomsch> moving on
08:37 < mmcgrath> :)
08:38 < mmcgrath> so luke's not around but I'm sure he's aware of the bodi push issues.
08:38 < mdomsch> we can come back to bodhi when they're here
08:38 < mmcgrath> yeah
08:38 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: do you want to talk about mirror pushing?
08:38 < mdomsch> this is both a good idea, and scary
08:38 < mmcgrath> its something debian does now IIRC
08:38 < mdomsch> yes
08:38 < mmcgrath> what do the mirrors think about it?
08:39 < mdomsch> short story is, we would need an account and limited ssh key on each mirror, and would ssh into each to start a sync job
08:39 < mdomsch> I haven't asked in a long time; would need to.
08:39 < mdomsch> a few would go for it
08:39 < skvidal> they may be more receptive now
08:39 < mdomsch> those that carry debian probably...
08:39 < mdomsch> can't hurt to ask
08:40 < mmcgrath> <nod>
08:40  * Jeff_S has no problems with something like that
08:40 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: alternatively (this might be a bad idea) we could have them run an hourly cron job or something that checks in to mirrormanager that says "yes, update now!"
08:40 < mmcgrath> that the mirrors themselves run.
08:40  * mdomsch hates polling
08:40 < mdomsch> but yes
08:40 < mmcgrath> heh
08:41 < mmcgrath> well, I guess all ew can do is ask.
08:41 < mdomsch> there's another catch; rel-eng knows when they've written the bits to the master mirror
08:41 < mmcgrath> mhmm
08:41 < mdomsch> oh, and yeah, we now know when the other netapps are in sync :-)
08:41 < mdomsch> so, no catch :-)
08:41 < mmcgrath> :)
08:41 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: just curious.... how many is "several mirrors"
08:42 < skvidal> you could probably get the tier1s to do it
08:42 < mdomsch> ?
08:42 < skvidal> the top mirrors - to allow us to tel lthem when to sync
08:42 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: in your list it says several mirrors didn't catch the bitflip for a while. how was it.
08:42 < mmcgrath> err how many was it
08:43 < mdomsch> oh, yeah; not sure exactly, I just saw reports of 403s for the first few hours
08:43 < mdomsch> I didn't ping them each myself :-(
08:43 < mdomsch> mm needs a leak detector
08:43 < mmcgrath> <nod>
08:43 < mmcgrath> well thats something for the future.
08:43 < mdomsch> which doubles as a 'not flipped yet' detector
08:43 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: anything else on that topic?
08:43 < mdomsch> nope
08:44 < mdomsch> redirects to failing mirrors...  either 403 or 427...
08:44 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: so this HTTP 300 redirect... I'm not familiar with it.
08:44 < mdomsch> I have no good way to handle it
08:44 < mmcgrath> how's this work.
08:44 < G> (or 421 for FTP)
08:44 < mdomsch> mmcgrath, no one is... nearly no one uses it
08:44 < mdomsch> I haven't a clue
08:44 < mmcgrath> well then I say lets do it :)
08:45 < mdomsch> and I don't think it would work anyhow; they'd still get an error document from the remote server, which would erase any 300 + HTML page we send
08:45 < mmcgrath> <nod>
08:45 < mdomsch> unless we iframe'd it...
08:45 < mmcgrath> well we can look to see what our options there are.
08:45 < mmcgrath> or new page it or something
08:46 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: lets setup some proof of concepts on the test servers to see what the 300 actually does. 08:47 < mdomsch> the other thing that would help the 427s (overloaded), would be a python random.shuffle() that took weights
08:47 < mdomsch> mmcgrath, sure
08:47 < mdomsch> then I could weight responses based on the host's stated bandwidth
08:47 < mdomsch> but still somewhat random
08:47 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: so yeah, stats from mirrors I'd love to have. I wonder if we could setup an ftp site or something for them to just send logs our way? or did you have something else in mind. 08:48 < mdomsch> mmcgrath, that'd be fine. MM report_mirror could collect them too, but that's re-implementing file-copy
08:48 < mdomsch> which I've sworn never to do again
08:48 < mmcgrath> heheh, lesson learned ehh?
08:49 < mdomsch> they've got FAS accounts...
08:49 < mdomsch> but the mirror admins aren't in a FAS group
08:49 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: well, there's options there, I guess its just a matter of us picking one and seeing what the mirrors think.
08:49 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: mind opening up a ticket?
08:49 < mdomsch> ok
08:50 < mdomsch> last...
08:51 < mdomsch> announcement email went out a few minutes before fp.o front was updated
08:51 < mmcgrath> solid
08:51 < mdomsch> just need to get fp.o out first
08:52 < mmcgrath> <nod>
08:52 < mdomsch> anxious trigger fingers
08:52 < mmcgrath> no doubt :)
08:52 < mmcgrath> we did that same thing during the beta, hopefully lesson learned.
08:52 < mmcgrath> Anyone have anything else they learned during the lessons?
08:52 < mmcgrath> err during the release.
08:53 < mmcgrath> I'll say I learned one thing. the wiki is a virus infecting every machine we had it on. 08:53 < mmcgrath> 1) last release the wiki failed. Conclusion? Put it on more servers now that we can to help spread the load. 08:53 < mmcgrath> result? all other apps had problems because our wiki is so bad. 08:53 < mmcgrath> but once I turned it off on some boxes and changed the load ratio quite a bit... problem solved.
08:54 < ricky> :-)
08:54 < mmcgrath> anyone have anything else on the release?
08:54 < mmcgrath> mdomsch: really, thanks for putting that together both this release and last release. Much appreciated
08:54 < mdomsch> np
08:55 < G> yeah, good work!
08:55 < mmcgrath> Ok, if thats that then..
08:55 -!- mmcgrath changed the topic of #fedora-meeting to: Infrastructure -- Open Floor
08:55 < mmcgrath> Anyone have anything they'd like to discuss?
08:56 < G> Yeah, two quick things
08:56 * ricky noticed http://mail.gnome.org/archives/devel-announce-list/2008-May/msg00002.html
08:56 < mdomsch> ah, one more...
08:56 < mdomsch> TG caching...
08:56 -!- knurd is now known as knurd_afk
08:56 < f13> here, sorry, was at a company thing.
08:56 < mdomsch> after marking 9-Preview as not to be displayed
08:56 < mdomsch> restart start-mirrors on app4
08:56 < mdomsch> so it blows away its cache
08:57 < G> 1) kojipkgs seems to be working spot on (good job guys), koji appeared a bit more responsive for me when a few builds were happening, so thats a start.
08:57  * lmacken rolls in
08:58 < mmcgrath> G: yeah.  So here's something I want to do for that box
08:58 < mmcgrath> I'd like to enable caching on that box but I want to get a baseline of how nfs1 is looking. 08:58 < mmcgrath> I recently added a disk monitor to that box (just sar with the -d option enabled) 08:59 < mmcgrath> once I have that, I'll enable the caching stuff and see if it actually makes an impact on how much that array is getting used. 08:59 < G> 2) I noticed that NTP was a bit behind the game, a few e-mails that were sent out when the 9-updates push happened, I've added a 'fact' to puppet, called physical which should be true on xen hosts and non virtualised hosts
08:59 -!- stickster is now known as stickster_afk
08:59 < G> .ticket 541
08:59 < zodbot> G: #541 (Re-enable NTP on Fedora Machines) - Fedora Infrastructure - Trac - https://fedorahosted.org/projects/fedora-infrastructure/ticket/541
09:00 < mmcgrath> G: I'm ready for that to go out whenever you are :)
09:00 < G> (for reference) I'll try and get that done sometime today
09:00 < mmcgrath> oh, hey we're actually out of time for th emeeting!
09:00 < mmcgrath> anyone have anything pressing? If not we'll close th emeeting in 30.
09:00 < mmcgrath> G: sorry bout that :)
09:00 < mmcgrath> 15
09:00 < G> mmcgrath: np, just finished anyway
09:00 < mmcgrath> 5
09:01 -!- mmcgrath changed the topic of #fedora-meeting to: Infrastructure -- Meeting Closed!!!
09:01 < mmcgrath> Thanks for coming everyone
09:01 -!- mmcgrath changed the topic of #fedora-meeting to: Channel is used by various Fedora groups and committees for their regular meetings | Note that meetings often get logged | For questions about using Fedora please ask in #fedora | See http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Communicate/FedoraMeetingChannel for meeting schedule 09:01 < G> oh except, don't forget to visit http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/SOP/Nagios if you want to be able to send acknowledgements etc
09:02 < mmcgrath> G: ;-)


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