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Hi all,

good news, everyone! Our new infrastructure has proven to be stable and reliable, so the time has 
come to migrate our gerrit instance to the new platform.
This brings quite a nifty benefit: The VM gerrit is running in will then be highly available with 
redundant storage and seamless automigration between servers.
But the downside is that the migration will take some time, in the case of gerrit the pure copying 
will take about 10hours, starting and reconfiguring the VM afterwards only 10-20Minutes.
So a downtime of about 10.5h needs to be planned.

My proposal is to start the copying of the vm on Saturday, 29 November, 0900UTC. The downtime will 
then end around 1930UTC on the same day.
I will try to fix the date on Saturday, 15 November, so please comment until then.

Thanks,
Alex

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