Yuuuhooooo! Working on r-hub again!
First of all, I ran
apt-get update; apt-get upgrade etc. on the various hosts:
- Linux builder 1
- Linux builder 2
AWS changed the IP address of
ci.r-hub.io, because I stopped it. Hmmm, it really should not do that. I had to change it in the DNS.
The disk of
cran-r-hub.io was filling up. This is the machine that builds the Docker images for the builders, so it needs more disk as we are adding more images. It is easy to resize the disk on Azure, just:
- shut down the machine,
- stop it from the Azure web portal (wait for it…),
- resize the disk on the Azure web portal,
- start the machine.
Resized to 100GiB now, this should be enough for a lot of images.
Next, I updated the SSL certificates for
I added monitoring to the following machine:
The following are monitored:
- whether the machine is up,
- disk space,
- cpu load
For Linux machines, I had to run this. Add repos and install packages first:
Put the following into
Copy the Sensu certificate and the private key from the monitoring server to
Make sure they are owned by
Put this into
Enable sensu on boot, start the client:
Enable the client in the AWS firewall, in the
sensu dashboard security group.