Maybe another option is Amazon Web Services? I don't have a lot of
experience with it yet, but setting up a tomcat instance takes less than
half an hour. I don't know if a Mac vm is available, though. I'll look into
as a possibility, anyway. The "affording" part may be the issue. Eric,
about how much bandwidth are you using per month hosting the daily builds?
On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 1:32 PM, Jarek Czekalski
> I think we should start from finding hosting for the infrastructure.
> There Eric could setup everything and then we would gradually learn to
> manage it.
> Tomcat server with 5GB space is available in Poland for 100$ a year (
> SF is not enough for this kind of stuff, because it doesn't support java
> server nor cron. I guess this is the point at which we need money. Vampire,
> is it something we can afford?
> W dniu 06/15/2012 09:24 PM, Eric Berry pisze:
> Actually, this would probably be preferable. I'm finding it harder and
> harder to find time to fix issues when they do come up, and sometimes the
> dailies stop working for days on end. At this point I'd recommend finding
> someone else to manage these on a permanent basis.
> On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 12:16 PM, Eric Berry <elberry@...> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 12:07 PM, Jarek Czekalski <
>> jarekczek@...> wrote:
>>> W dniu 06/15/2012 07:25 PM, Eric Berry pisze:
>>>> Luckily Jenkins keeps all configuration in files that can easily be
>>>> copied from one machine to another (as has been the case when I've upgraded
>>>> machines). If someone would like the environment I could provide a tar.gz
>>>> file with all the jobs and settings. All that would be required is it be
>>>> dropped in there ~/.hudson directory and voila you have yourself a complete
>>>> copy of the jEdit daily build environment.
>>> Could you drop the file into sourceforge directory:
>>> /home/project-web/jedit/htdocs/files ? Just in case.
>>> You may also update the README.txt there or I'll do it, to describe the
>> I'll try, the tar.gz file will likely be pretty large. Will work on
>> this over the next few weeks - Jenkins also stores a backup copy of each
>> artifact locally so I'll work on getting a tar.gz that doesn't contain any
>> of the jar files.
>>> I hope you see nothing wrong in my curiosity and please keep the daily
>>> builds going! There's no need to change it, but it's better to have the
>>> knowledge shared.
>> That's funny. It's not me who's ever had a problem sharing knowledge
>> or responsibility.
>> Still, perhaps it is time someone else take these over anyway. Vampire?
>> You never really supported me doing the daily-builds anyway, and I think
>> you had always wanted to do them yourself, perhaps you'd like to take them
>> over now?
>> Learn from the past. Live in the present. Plan for the future.
>> Blog: http://eric-berry.blogspot.com
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