On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 12:14:37AM +0100, Johan Engelen wrote:
The Jenkins server seems to work well. Today we got extra space (30GB
total now), so now we should have plenty for:
- trunk build, unittest, etc.
- release, unittest, etc.
- rendertest (trunk only?)
- 2geom trunk, tests, etc.
1. I want to give more people access to Jenkins. If only to be able to
restart builds if something simple goes wrong (bzr sometimes crashes,
which fails the build. Simply clicking the Build Now button fixes that).
Ping me on IRC for login details. I prevented people from signing up,
because it quickly creates a mess of users in my previous experience.
Perhaps there is a better way.
Access rights are pretty granular btw. No root rights required for
everybody, keeping OSUOSL happy.
2. I would greatly appreciate it if someone can help me to quickly
forward port 80 to 8080, so that we can access jenkins simpler through
I think what you need is ProxyPass:
So, I think in your 000-default.conf you'd need to install mod_proxy,
and then add:
ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080/
ProxyPassReverse / http://localhost:8080/
3. Bryce, when we have released and things are quieter for you,
set up Coverity together.
Sure; we're actually very close on this, it should only require a short
shell script at this point. This is on my todo list, and I am still
planning on taking care of it.
4. Simple mail send-only capability must be set up. I have no
experience with this. Help is welcome.
I've adopted this task and it's in my todo list. The blocker is that we
need an account to send through. Temporarily I can probably bum one off
Kees Cook but we'll need something more formalized I think.
Btw, if anyone else wants to steal this task from me, I don't mind!
5. I'll try to get rendertests going. Tomasz's branch output
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