[Pharo-dev] Fwd: [ci-announces] CI shutdown on the 11th of November
maxleske at gmail.com
Mon Nov 11 07:46:39 EST 2013
files.pharo.org and get.pharo.org will remain DOWN for the rest of the day.
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> From: Emmanuel Jeanvoine <emmanuel.jeanvoine at inria.fr>
> Subject: Re: [ci-announces] CI shutdown on the 11th of November
> Date: 9. November 2013 09:00:31 MEZ
> To: ci-announces at inria.fr
> Reply-To: Emmanuel Jeanvoine <emmanuel.jeanvoine at inria.fr>
> On Thu, 07 Nov 2013, Emmanuel Jeanvoine wrote:
>> Dear users,
>> The 11th of November, the IT department will stop the national IT
>> services. As a consequence, the CI service will be stopped.
>> In order to prevent any trouble, we strongly advice users to perform
>> the following steps before the 11th of November (Sunday evening at the
>> very latest):
>> - stop the Jenkins instance of your project (see
>> - stop all the slaves related to your project (directly with a clean
>> shutdown in the slave or from
>> By the way, if you notice unused slaves in your project, you are
>> strongly encouraged to removed them ("delete" button on
>> https://ci.inria.fr/project/PROJECTNAME/show#slaves, or "destroy"
>> button directly on the CloudStack interface). Stopping the unused
>> slaves is not enough to free the related resources.
>> Monday in the morning, the remaining running slaves will be stopped.
>> After the maintenance, the Jenkins instances and the slaves will be
>> Thus we hope that the service will be fully available on Tuesday in
>> the morning. Anyway, since it is an heavy operation (major changes on
>> the network of the datacenter) issues might occur, so we will
>> communicate if communication means are available ;).
>> Thank you for your understanding,
> This is a reminder, you still have the opportunity to shutdown your
> slaves and jenkins instances before tomorrow evening. This might be
> useful to prevent slaves and jenkins corruption.
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