[Systems] [IAEP] Services provided by Sugarlabs - Inventory - Maintainers

Samuel Cantero scanterog at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 10:35:39 EST 2017

On Feb 19, 2017 10:35, "Sebastian Silva" <sebastian at fuentelibre.org> wrote:

Hi Samuel,

Thanks for the inventory. Did you update the wiki
<http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Machine> as well? That's where I expect to
find this information, according to the Infrastructure team docs.

Would you like to add a maintainer page with this information?

I'm adding some missing info below:

On 18/02/17 18:25, Samuel Cantero wrote:


   - OS: Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS
      - Maintainer: X.
      - Services provided:
      - network.sugarlabs.org,
         - node.sugarlabs.org (are we using this?) YES this is the API for
         network.sugarlabs.org. Clients and web frontend use this.

Aleksey used to admin this host. I go in and fix issues when the services
above present problems, which are under active use by the XO deployment in

I can step up to maintain if we can coordinate.

That would be good.


1. *OS*: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS,
2. *Maintainers*: Bernie Innocenti, Sebastian Silva, Sam Parkinson and
Samuel Cantero.
3. *Services:*

beacon <http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Machine/beacon> is a development
server that I admin. I also have *replicator* which is a build vm that is
off and only activated when needed to build XO images.

OK. Not all VMS belong to Dogi. So far 3 VMS are being used by SL.


1. *OS*: Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS,
2. *Maintainers*: Bernie Innocenti, Sebastian Silva, and Samuel Cantero.
3. *Services:*

   - bitlbee

I restarted it but I know we're supposed to switch to something else...
which is?

Bernie and I are using ZNC as IRC bouncer. It is running as local user.
Each one is responsible for its instance.

   - ejabberd

I guess this is used by Sugar clients when they look for their
neighboorhood at schoolserver.sugarlabs.org?

Can someone confirm this?
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