Current status of new server hardware: Call for Testers!

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Sun Feb 8 16:26:57 EST 2009

Hi all,

I've spent the last two weeks of free time installing and configuring
the new server hardware to replace the old (and dying)
"everything" server.  I'm happy to report that the new system is
up and running and I've loaded test-data in for all the services.
So now I'm calling to testers to actually test it.

The server is up at "", and I'm asking people to
test all the services there.  SSH, SVN, Wiki, Trac, Email, ...


1) This new machine is a fresh install of Fedora-10 with SELinux
   enabled.  It's possible that I still need some better SELinux
   manipulations but I'm hoping I've got all of them at this point.

2) Many of the web interfaces have hard-coded URLs so wont work right
   (e.g. many mailman interfaces).

3) The SVN data is a week old, and the mailing list archives are also
   dated.  So don't worry that it might look "out of date".  Once the
   machine has been tested I plan to wipe and reload all the data for
   all services as part of the official migration.

So please..  Test away.  Please email me with any problems you might
have with any of the services on

Thank you

       Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
       Member, MIT Student Information Processing Board  (SIPB)
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