Folks have noticed the fall-out of what happens when you upgrade machines. I've been moving a lot of projects from our overpriced machine at Rackspace to the bigger and better machine in the bunker in Canada. Anyhow, to answer the #1 FAQ of the week:
Projects that have moved, and you can't seem to find, are now available if you following the form of:
cvs -d:pserver:anon@cvs.PROJECT.codehaus.org:/scm/PROJECT login cvs -d:pserver:anon@cvs.PROJECT.codehaus.org:/scm/PROJECT checkout MODULE
Replacing PROJECT and MODULE in a way that makes sense.
Web source would then be:
Each project has its own subdomain that holds pretty much everything for it.
Coming soon: list archives!
Wisdom gained from this migration:
It's much better to design a system where to upgrade, you simply add machines. If you have upgrade by replacement, the move is much more painful. The system I've set up now will support more growth (lots more projects for Hani to complain about); we can simply add another machine and partition along the project axis instead of the service axis.
Live and learn.