Discussion:
gfs2-utils.git moving on Feb 3
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Andrew Price
2017-01-31 15:15:50 UTC
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Hi,

This is a heads-up that from Friday February 3 the gfs2-utils git
repository will be hosted on Pagure. We are migrating it away from
Fedora Hosted as that service is due to be discontinued at the end of
February.

The gfs2-utils git repository on Pagure <https://pagure.io/gfs2-utils>
has already been set up and currently mirrors the repository at Fedora
Hosted, so it is possible to migrate your gfs2-utils clones today if you
do not intend to push. To switch your trees over, change your remote
entry in .git/config to resemble the following:

[remote "origin"]
url = https://pagure.io/gfs2-utils.git
fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*

On Friday those with push access will need to use
ssh://***@pagure.io/gfs2-utils.git as the "url". I recommend using it as
an additional "pushurl" with newer versions of git as it means auth is
not required when fetching. An ssh key in your Pagure user settings will
be required in order to push. This can be tested using "git push --dry-run".

Release tarballs will now be accessible at
https://releases.pagure.org/gfs2-utils/ and I will request redirects to
be set up from the Fedora Hosted project in due course.

Regards,
Andy
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Andrew Price
2017-02-03 18:57:28 UTC
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Hi,

This is now complete and pushes to the old Fedora Hosted git repository
should no longer work. Please update your gfs2-utils trees as below.

Thanks,
Andy
Post by Andrew Price
Hi,
This is a heads-up that from Friday February 3 the gfs2-utils git
repository will be hosted on Pagure. We are migrating it away from
Fedora Hosted as that service is due to be discontinued at the end of
February.
The gfs2-utils git repository on Pagure <https://pagure.io/gfs2-utils>
has already been set up and currently mirrors the repository at Fedora
Hosted, so it is possible to migrate your gfs2-utils clones today if you
do not intend to push. To switch your trees over, change your remote
[remote "origin"]
url = https://pagure.io/gfs2-utils.git
fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/*
On Friday those with push access will need to use
an additional "pushurl" with newer versions of git as it means auth is
not required when fetching. An ssh key in your Pagure user settings will
be required in order to push. This can be tested using "git push --dry-run".
Release tarballs will now be accessible at
https://releases.pagure.org/gfs2-utils/ and I will request redirects to
be set up from the Fedora Hosted project in due course.
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