Re: [l10n-sync] Updating sync script on git migration
Cyril Brulebois <email@example.com> wrote:
> Holger Wansing <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2018-06-12):
> > Cyril Brulebois <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > I think it would make sense to have you in the d-i gid, so that you can
> > > access dillon, and re-enable crontab entries, maybe subscribing to cron
> > > mails? Of course I could re-enable those crontab entries myself but I
> > > won't be able to fix any possible fallouts in the upcoming days.
> > 1.
> > I just subscribed to cron mails.
> I've seen your commit but this isn't live yet. ;)
Now that I have access to dillon, they _are_live_ :-)
I have also changed the number of sublevels for l10n-sync to 5, which is the
current amount of sublevels.
> > 2.
> > Above you mention "re-enable cron entries". However, I cannot find any such
> > disabled entries.
> > I assume the l10n-sync process is currently enabled, or am I missing something?
> > (I'm planning to test the modified script via some weblate commits, that's
> > why.)
I also changed some lines from svn to git
(./daily-build-aggregator and ./daily-build-manager and ./daily-build-overview)
> Modifying the git repository isn't sufficient (as we might want to tweak
> the crontab entries without a commit; at least we've been doing that
> from time to time). We would need to update the copy on dillon in d-i's
> home directory; switching it from svn to git in the process. I can't
> really commit to doing so right away though. Note there's “make check”
> and “make install” available thanks to scripts/Makefile, to list the
> diff between what's in dillon's crontab and what's in $VCS.
> > 3.
> > While logged into dillon, I found an old example-preseed.txt file under
> > /srv/d-i.debian.org/www/
> > which is an outdated file from squeeze. I tried to remove it, but lacking
> > permission.
> > Adding myself to d-i gid is missing here, probably?
> Right. You should get at least this:
> | User kibi may run the following commands on dillon:
> | (d-i) ALL
> which will let you do things like “sudo -u d-i -s”, which means working
> as the d-i user on dillon.
> For this you'll likely need to open a ticket on RT:
> Feel free to cc me when requesting getting added to the d-i group, I'll
> confirm with a reply (which I think was kind of needed/appreciated last
> time I've been in that process).
> Thanks for joining!
> Cyril Brulebois (firstname.lastname@example.org) <https://debamax.com/>
> D-I release manager -- Release team member -- Freelance Consultant
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