GitLab migration and Go-Live
fahree at gmail.com
Mon Mar 16 20:24:54 UTC 2015
can you confirm that you're deploying your own instance of gitlab on
common-lisp.net, as opposed to migrating repositories to gitlab.com?
Do project homepages remain in ~/public_html/ ?
Can we rely on URL redirection for all the links that exist around the web,
be it common-lisp.net project pages or cliki.net pages, etc.?
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On Mon, Mar 16, 2015 at 4:00 PM, Erik Huelsmann <ehuels at gmail.com> wrote:
> Progress of the GitLab installation and migration scripts has been very
> good. With some last tests to go, we're confident we can complete
> installation and migration on Friday March 20th, 2015. The window 08:00h -
> 12:00h UTC has been designated to perform installation and migration.
> During that window existing git repositories with public visibility (i.e.
> http or gitweb access -- git:// access not counted) will be migrated into
> GitLab . There's no impact on Subversion, CVS, mercurial, darcs or bazaar
> repositories. Users with git repositories without http or gitweb access, who
> want to use GitLab for their project are kindly requested to contact the
> site admins.
> After the migration, migrated repositories will be removed from their
> current physical path locations. Repositories will only be accessible
> through GitLab and stored in a location managed by GitLab. Users who want to
> make backups should do so by keeping a local clone of their git
> As part of the migration, GitLab accounts will be created for all users of
> the common-lisp.net system. Each user with a .forward file in their home
> directory on the system will receive an account confirmation e-mail. This
> confirmation request is valid for 48 hours. All accounts must be confirmed
> before use - the system blocks accounts until confirmed. Your account can be
> used immediately after confirmation, even during the migration window. As
> part of the migration, SSH keys found in the user's home directory will be
> imported into the user's GitLab account. You will receive an e-mail to
> confirm this happened.
> As part of the migration, Gitlab groups will be created, mirroring the
> common-lisp.net "project" concept. Users currently part of a project by
> virtue of being member of a unix group on common-lisp.net will be assigned
> GitLab group membership for the mirror group in the role of Owner.
> Notification mails are sent out due to the migration process. Projects that
> wish to use GitLab's more fine-grained permisssions can do so after
> migration completes.
> As part of the migration, existing git repositories will be imported into
> GitLab under the group or account which mirrors the common-lisp.net project
> or account. All repositories will have a public visibility. Each repository
> on common-lisp.net becomes a project in GitLab. This means each repository
> gets an issue tracker and wiki set up. Any project that wishes not to use
> those can turn those off in the Settings page for the GitLab project after
> the migration. Due to the nature of the migration process, the Administrator
> account will be a member of all GitLab projects and groups. This can be
> corrected after the migration.
> After the migration, gitweb access won't be available anymore. It will be
> replaced by URL redirection to GitLab. git:// protocol support won't be
> available anymore either.
> While the migration is in progress, SSH access to the system will be blocked
> to prevent repositories being updated while migrated.
> Should you want to start a new project in GitLab, please ask the site admins
> to create a group for it.
> Please note that this is just one of the steps in the restructuring plan for
> common-lisp.net. Further steps as indicated in  will be executed later
> and will affect repositories for other version control systems as well as
> other services.
> In case of questions please follow up to clo-devel at common-lisp.net: the
> announcements mailing list is closed for posting.
>  Full list of affected repositories:
> https://common-lisp.net/gitlab-migration-repository-mapping/ (note: updated
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