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[libreoffice-website] Minutes from the Tue Aug 21 infra call


Participants
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1. guilhem
2. cloph
3. Brett
4. Raju

Agenda
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* TODOs (deferred from the July call)
+ upgrade remaining Jessie hosts to Stretch
G. downgrade prometheus-node-exporter from 'stretch-backport' to
'stretch'
G. deploy cachetHQ instance on monitoring.tdf (missing API for the metrics)
- got a private follow up to tdf#1079 by a hund.io staff member,
"I would like to extend Hund's offer of our product for free to
non-profit and open-source projects"
- will stick to Cachet for the time being, then reevaluate in a
month or two (after libocon)
* LibOCon: https://conference.libreoffice.org/ (Sep 25 to Sep 28)
+ Who will be there? guilhem, cloph, Brett
+ Should we plan an infra hackfest?
OK, G. to prepare an agenda and get in touch with the organizers
* Saltstack
+ Brett: prometheus branch ready for review (contains the files
that are already deployed, plus some alert rules)
* Jitsi screen sharing extension: works out of the box on firefox,
but not on chrome/chromium (need an extension)
+ cloph: ship https://jitsi.documentfoundation.org/chrome.crx
(based on https://github.com/jitsi/jidesha) to the chrome
webstore, cf. https://developer.chrome.com/webstore/publish
* SSO:
+ SAML 2.0 deployed on https://newdesign.libreoffice.org (was
plain LDAP auth before), deployment on the prod SS3 instance
coming soon
- 145/234 users not in LDAP yet…: cloph: makes sense since the
side doesn't need so much maintenance anymore (beside the
download page), many accounts aren't so active anymore
- G. cloph (and probably others) has difficulties to log in,
check that up before deploying to the prod instance
+ Unsurprisingly, a lot of dormant spam accounts were created
lately: 1500 accounts since mid June, consistently ~25 new
accounts per day
→ doesn't cause a technical issue at the moment, but we might need to clean up later
* Raju: welcome!
+ here is a list to the infra tickets https://redmine.documentfoundation.org/projects/infrastructure
+ Main (long-term) projects:
- SSO (rdm#1585, mostly done) https://auth.documentfoundation.org/
- monitoring (rdm#2210, rdm#2211) https://monitoring.documentfoundation.org
. Brett: starting structure of the alert system is mostly done
already, cf. the 'prometheus' branch
. the status page needs to be finalized
- backups: currently uses rsnapshot, causes too much IO
. Brett: have great success with borg (a lot faster)
https://borgbackup.readthedocs.io/en/stable/ (cf. offsite
backup section)
. Ideally don't save dumps as plain files, use PITR instead
https://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.6/static/continuous-archiving.html
crashreport, bugzilla, askbot, helpwiki (mysql), pootle
(mysql) DBs are huge, but don't change much within a single day
+ Raju: I have experience with LDAP, PostgreSQL, containers
- would like to start with "small things" that can be started
alone, eg, migrations or new services that need to be deployed
to new vms
* dashboard.documentdocumentation.org (G-ELK) still needs to
redeployed and un-dockerized
+ G. deploy new VM and hand over to brett/raju
* Next call: Tuesday September 18 2018 at 18:30 Berlin time (16:30 UTC), still on jitsi

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Guilhem.

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