I'm thinking it's time we centralized the logs onto one machine. This machine needs to have a public IP and a good amount of storage space. Given that most of our tests run on Rackspace, I'm tempted to host it there.
I'm guessing all it needs is an apache server and ssh keys that will let it talk to all the test nodes.
You mean something different from syslog01.rax.gluster.org ?
(which is central rsyslog logging, but likely didn't got the love it deserve, as I do not read log that often)
Yeah, I mean for CI jobs to push their logs rather than hosting it on the same computer. This makes the nodes easy to switch out.
Ok, so what spec are we aiming, and what OS ?
I guess we want a public ipv 4 as well ?
It's basically a large web server. So plenty of HDD space (Would 100G be enough? Or should we aim for 200G?). I think at least 2GB of RAM and 2 CPUs. We'll see how it works with that much.
Yes, a public IP please. We need to SSH in from build machines to copy files over.
This is now ready.