A power8 machine was recently donated to the GCC compile farm and /proc/cpuinfo shows 160 processors. Compiling Ceph from sources with make -j150 makes for a nice htop display.
The result of the compilation passes most of the unit tests, with a few minor exceptions such as bloom filter.
The osm.fsffrance.org was migrated to the tetaneutral datacenter. It was reconfigured to benefit from a 250GB SSD. The IPv4 assigned to it goes from OVH to tetaneutral (and back) using an IPv6 tunnel.
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Instead of following the howto or resurect from backup, the z2-1 host of the FSF France ganeti cluster was recreated from scratch.
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A workshop titled La loi et le Logiciel Libre was organized during two hours and the slides are available for download.
The draft GNU GPLv3 translation announced the same day was proofreaded (author loic). The comments from the last version of the gplv3 draft and the GPL FAQ were used as a source. RMS was present at the end of the day and confirmed the meaning of a sentence was inverted. No other significant problems were found during this day.
A ganeti cluster was setup on a GCC Compile Farm machine. A virtual machine was created for the benefit of OpenStreetMap. It will replace the current http://osm.fsffrance.org/ virtual machine with better I/O.
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