> > Hi fedora!> > I'm Alessio and i'm an Italian webmaster. I ask you now sorry for my bad> > english!> > I'm interesting to help the fedore project as a webmaster, developing> > the websites and administrating it. But i'm interested to joint into Infrastructure group before> > My experiences:> > I worked a freelance webmaster for 3 years (and i'm working now),> > developing many different websites from e-commerces to blogs.> > 90% of websites that i developed were in PHP/MySQL language. This is the> > first language that i learned and i used (and i use).> > I know also (basic) C/C++, HTML, Perl, Python. I'm not a designer!! :P> > I managed many websites (personal and company websites), i have a good> > experience with many opensource CMS like Wiki, PHPnuke, Joomla,> > osCommerce, OpenCommercio...and much more!> > I worked for 2 years (parallament to these) in the Domains and Hosting> > sector. I worked for 2 hosting companies as a PHP developer (first) and> > a System Administrator. I have a good expericence with Cpanel, Plesk> > panel and other server panels, linux systems (server), ssh and linux> > server applications (ftp, dns applications...).> > I used Fedora, CentOS, RedHat and Ubuntu as linux system. I have also a> > Windows experience (I used and i'm using Windows 2000, Windows ME,> > Windows XP and Windows Vista).> > I have also a little experience in the game developing sector.> > > > My fedora account username is apocaliv.> > I hope that i can help the fedora project and the fedora infrastructure group.> > I wait your answer.
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So I realized something last night. We created a user "masher" to have
the ability to write to /mnt/koji/mash/ but not any of the other koji
space. This is useful to prevent too much damage from a horribly wrong
rawhide compose. To make things easier in the rawhide compose configs,
we decided to run the cron/scripts as the masher user. This is also
good because it means things run unprivileged. However I ran into a
snag. We have another user, 'ftpsync' that has write access
to /pub/fedora/. Previously the rawhide script was ran as root, and
thus it was no problem to su ftpsync for the rsync calls. The masher
user does not possess the capability of doing this.
Since the ftpsync user is only really used to sync data onto the Fedora
netapp, I propose that we collapse ftpsync and masher into one user
(masher). It'll require minimal puppet changes, mostly just moving some
cron jobs from ftpsync over to masher. It will require UID changes,
either changing masher to the ftpsync UID (which breaks our new range we
just setup), or chmodding some stuff on the Fedora netapp and changing
what UID has write access there.
For now, I'm syncing rawhide by hand.
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Publictest15 is up and ready. If you were using publictest10, start
getting your stuff set back up on publictest15. If you need things
restored create a ticket and let us know what and why. Remember, the pt
servers don't get backed up, you should never be storing info there where
it is the only place that info exists.
I have applied to the sysadmin group and would like to give you an
overview my experience.
I have been a systems admin or security analyst for 12 years at 3 major
worldwide (US based) companies. the majority of the time I was a
systems admin for Solaris, AIX
I did about 2years of admin work for SGI and HPUX boxes. I did 2 years
of security analyst for Solaris, AIX and RHEL. I have been using Fedora
from Fedora 7 release. I am proficient in Perl, bash, ksh scripting.
I am competent with C, C++ and Java ( I prefer C ) I am looking to
My programming/scripting is almost all CLI apps. I did some TCL/TK
stuff long ago.
I am learning GTK and Glade in my free time. using libglade and C.
I am looking for a sponsor for the Sysadmin group
Please let me know if you would like any further info.
personal info. I have been married for 9 years and have 3 children, 2
boys 7 and 5 and 1 girl 18mo. I shoot pool on an APA league one night a
week, I took the summer off to get some projects done around the
house. I look to start again in a couple of weeks for the Fall session.
I am a SL 5 in the APA. the ratings are from 2 ( extreme novice ) to
7 ( break and run 3 or more of 10 racks )
Orion Poplawski wrote:
> Orion Poplawski wrote:
>> Filed bug #459442 as I have a simple test case. Once everything is
>> back up we can test again.
> It appears that the pipe2 syscall on the x86_64 xen kernels is broken
> and that rawhide glibc has moved to using pipe2 from pipe in rawhide.
> This seems like a blocker to me.
Okay, looks like a known issue with the xen kernels. New test kernels
are available, see the bug for more info. We should get a fixed version
onto the Fedora xen builders very soon, and maybe disable them until
they can be fixed?
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i was away for a long time and now i am back. i am looking forward to
contributing to fedora infrastructure now and am looking for some work :)
can anyone please help me out here ?
I need a puppet trick. We have a shared user, masher, that has write
access to the mash/ directory on the koji store (but not the packages!).
This user currently exists on nfs1 and releng2. On releng2 the user is
used to run the rawhide creation cron, which involves running mock. To
run mock, the user must be in the 'mock' group. However this group
(which comes from the mock package) doesn't exist on nfs1 and we'd like
to keep it that way.
So, I need a way in puppet to express that the 'masher' user on releng2
needs to be in the mock group, but only on releng2.
Any thoughts/examples? This is probably one of those "puppet tricks" we
should have in a wiki somewhere.
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