Can the CNAME entries please be removed for android.wordpress.org, ios.wordpress.org, and iphone.wordpress.org? The latest nginx rules also need to be deployed, which will then handle these domains (redirecting them).
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Could I please have commit access to http://meta.svn.wordpress.org/sites/trunk/wordpress.org/public_html/style in order to fix #555-meta?
Can we turn off gitolite on svn1? Trying to clone anything on *.git.wordpress.org over the HTTP protocol (instead of the git protocol) ends up checking out the dead/never used WordPress for Android gitolite project.
I don’t see anything listening on *.git.wordpress.org, just android.git.wordpress.org, so I’m not sure what’s going on and it’s why I’m not doing it myself.
What can we do to improve the speed and reliability of Trac? I am seeing two issues in particular: it is terribly slow to complete a request, and web service gets restarted often due to the box maxing out memory.
- We could move from prefork back to threaded mpm to improve memory usage, but then mysql connections become blocking. What’s a possible solution for this?
- Move Trac from Apache to nginx or using nginx as a frontend proxy, which would include a short-lived cache for reports and for users who aren’t logged in. Or, could we configure the existing load balancers in front of it?
I’m most interested in nginx as a frontend proxy through the existing load balancers, as it seems like it’d be the easiest to set up and give us a decent benefit.
Could I please get commit access to https://meta.svn.wordpress.org/sites/trunk/profiles.wordpress.org/public_html/wp-content/ in order to fix #485-meta?
The plugins api on wp.org is using an antique version of the Sphinx API client library, 0.9.8.1. I don’t know what version of the server software is running, there doesn’t seem to be a way to query that.
I’d like to upgrade it if it’s not already running a recent version. I tested the current stable PHP client, 2.0.1, and it seemed to work fine. Presumably that means it’s safe to deploy with the new client library first and update the server later. Or perhaps it’s already running a newer server.
What version of the Sphinx server is running currently?
The SSL certificate is broken on the wp-themes.com domain, or rather, it is using the certificate for *.wordpress.org. This causes issues with the theme previewer for assorted reasons.
Any chance of getting that certificate corrected?
Could I please have read-only access to phpMyAdmin (and, I guess, MC as well, if I need it to access PMA). There’ve been a couple times lately where it would have been helpful.
Screwed my keychain & ssh keys, and hence lost access to the sandbox (and sidestep). I need to add the new ones, how should I go about that? Thanks.