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From Karl Wright <>
Subject Re: What happened to all the podling sites?
Date Mon, 09 Apr 2012 21:37:49 GMT
Sorry to be thick - but (to Jukka) just adding "content" to the path
does not work (because the root directory
"/www/" still needs to be
created by someone with privs greater than I've got), and (to Daniel)
your instructions are too incomplete to follow.  The site is not
svnpubsub'd nor is it in CMS; it's just content that needs to be
copied into place without substitution.

So what I *think* I need is a directory underneath
/www/ called manifoldcf that someone in
the Incubator group has privs to write to.


On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 11:17 AM, Daniel Shahaf <> wrote:
> Karl Wright wrote on Mon, Apr 09, 2012 at 04:01:21 -0400:
>> I happened to notice that a site publish I'd done a week ago did not
>> actually update our podling site.  Publishing is done in accordance
>> with [1].  The problem seems to be that someone has wiped out
>> /www/ except for the content directory, which is
>> meant solely for the incubator site itself, and changed permissions so
>> that even people with "incubator" permissions cannot create
>> directories anymore:
>> kwright@minotaur:~/bin$ ls /www/
>> content
>> kwright@minotaur:~/bin$ ls -lt /www/
>> total 6
>> drwxr-xr-x  101 svnwc  svnwc  116 Apr  7 22:25 content
>> kwright@minotaur:~/bin$
>> If incubator site publishing has changed, please refer me to the new
>> document that describes how it is done.
> That's normal for CMS/svnpubsub sites.  To publish:
> % ssh -t incubator
> or
> (or replace 'incubator' by podling name if it's in CMS)
> Now if after publishing via the CMS (or svnpubsub for non-CMS
> svnpubsub'd podlings), the changes aren't reflected --- please reopen
> INFRA-4594
>> Thank you,
>> Karl
>> [1]

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