Last modified byon 2009/04/09 17:50
OW2 Technology Infrastructure
Appliance facility for OW2 projectsWe have negotiated a special open source community licence with USaherSoft who offers OW2 projects leaders the ability to make their software available in a package that can be easily installed in customer environments. OW2 project leaders should check .
Web site migration completedOn Thursday, November 13, Alessandro Taurelli and Jeremy Casery have migrated the website up to the latest XWiki version. The website was down less than 50 minutes. Superb job, well done!
Chinese websiteOn Thursday, November 13, while in Europe we were migrating the site, Chinese members launched the Chinese version of the OW2 web site. Check it out at www.ow2.org.cn. Another excellent job.
OW2 in the social networksOn , the links to OW2 group in the social networks.
Infrastructure Migration CompletedThe OW2 Technology infrastrucure was migrated in February 2008. More details on the technology migration page, .
Infrastructure Performance Indicators
Availability and response time for 2015-05-05
(For example, Jonas Xwiki)
The OW2 machinesOn the picture below, Emmanuel Decaen of hoster Xsalto installing one of the OW2 servers.
The incident of June 24On the week-end of June 22, the air conditioning (AC) system in the lights-out room where our machines are hosted started malfunctioning. On Monday June 23 it gradually went down and the temperature went up… Around 10pm UTM, the systems administrator had to shut down the machines. After 10 hours, out of three AC engines, one was working, one was merely fanning air and the third on was definitely down. We managed however to retarts two servers running our major applications: forge, wiki, mailing lists. The Xsalto team was on permanent alert. They did an outstanding job. Thank you! The AC systems have been replaced during the week. On Monday, July 30 we could say the incident was closed. We are setting up an alternative system to mail the community should anything major happen again. However, we have decided against having an 100% back-up system in a other data center because we evaluate that the chances an incident of this magnitude happens again is negligeable.
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