Discontinuing legacy infrastructure
L. E. Segovia
amy-qh4OZNKGiVylnMjI0IkVqw at public.gmane.org
Mon Jun 15 20:36:46 BST 2020
Hi Ben, hi everyone,
I'm writing to let you know that since June 10 the Phabricator copy of
Krita's repository is broken.
The initialization log from the Manage repository page says:
> Pull of 'krita' failed: Command failed with error #128! COMMAND git
ls-remote '********' STDOUT (empty) STDERR fatal: remote error: Please
use the https: protocol to connect to anongit
so I think this change may have to do with it.
I hope it can be solved soon, as I'm developing my GSoC project and
cannot bind recent commits to the finished tasks.
cc to the Krita mailing list to let them know as well.
On 11/06/2020 09:11, Ben Cooksley wrote:
> Hi all,
> As previously announced by Sysadmin, following the Gitlab migration we
> would be shutting down a number of services that were part of the old
> Git infrastructure, as they were replaced with our new Gitlab based
> This is a change which has now been actioned, and means the following:
> 1) git:// protocol support has now been discontinued
> Prior to the move to Gitlab, the anongit network offered access to our
> repositories over both the git:// protocol as well as https://. This
> has now been discontinued, and access is now provided solely via https
> to ensure that connections cannot be intercepted and tampered with
> 2) CGit has been discontinued
> The CGit instance previously available at cgit.kde.org has now been
> shutdown and is no longer available. All repository browsing should
> now take place via Gitlab at https://invent.kde.org/
> 3) The anongit network in general has been discontinued
> Following the migration to Gitlab, all developers as well as automated
> systems began to use the master server for their traffic exclusively.
> Load monitoring since then has indicated that the system is fully
> capable of handling this load without the assistance of any additional
> To avoid issues that have come up in the past (with people trying to
> push to anongit, or systems being out of sync) it has been decided
> that the anongit service is no longer providing benefit to us and as
> such it has also been discontinued.
> A legacy compatibility redirector will continue to operate under the
> hostname 'anongit.kde.org' for https urls and will redirect older
> style urls to their replacement Gitlab equivalents.
> If anyone has any questions on the above, please let us know.
> Ben Cooksley
> KDE Sysadmin
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