Migration 2016

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Migration 2016 is the ProgClub sysadmin project to migrate/upgrade the ProgClub network infrastructure. For other projects see projects.

Contents

Status

Underway. See tasks for work that still needs to be done.

Motivation

Why this project? The previous/current ProgClub infrastructure is Ubuntu LTS 10.04, which is now obsolete.

Administration

Contributors

Members who have contributed to this project. Newest on top.

All contributors have agreed to the terms of the Contributor License Agreement. This excludes any upstream contributors who tend to have different administrative frameworks.

Copyright

Copyright 2016, Contributors.

License

Licensed under the MIT license.

Components

Libraries, tools, services or media from third parties used under license:

N/A.

Resources

Downloads

N/A.

Source code

The repository can be browsed online:

https://www.progclub.org/pcrepo/migration-2016/branches/0.1

The latest stable released version of the code is available from:

https://www.progclub.org/svn/pcrepo/migration-2016/tags/latest/0.1

Or if you want the latest version for development purposes:

https://www.progclub.org/svn/pcrepo/migration-2016/branches/0.1

Links

N/A.

Specifications

Functional specification

The functional specification describes what the project does.

The new administration server will be integrity.progclub.org (replacing charity) and the new user machine will be humility.progclub.net (replacing honesty, and hope).

The LDAP and NFS services will almost certainly go. The Kerberos services will potentially go. Most other things should be stable.

Technical specification

The technical specification describes how the project works.

The overall network configuration will be managed by SaltStack.

Notes

Notes for implementers

If you are interested in incorporating this software into your project, here's what you need to know:

Copy-and-paste your way to victory!

Notes for developers

If you're looking to set up a development environment for this project here's what you need to know:

Jedd: what do we need to setup a dev/test environment?

Doing a release

Jedd: how will we release/finish this project?

Tasks

TODO

Things to do, in rough order of priority:

Done

Stuff that's done. Latest stuff on top.

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