[merge] documentation on building/testing/packaging on ec2
John Arbash Meinel
john at arbash-meinel.com
Fri Feb 20 02:18:29 GMT 2009
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Ian Clatworthy wrote:
> Martin Pool wrote:
>> 2009/2/20 John Arbash Meinel <john at arbash-meinel.com>:
>>> Martin Pool wrote:
>> It may be better not to worry about shutting the machine down and just
>> to leave it running all the time. That would cost about $90/month
>> which is comparable to the cost of Kerguelen and not so much that it's
>> worth spending a lot of developer time to reduce it. Then for most of
>> the time, people would just be able to connect in using rdesktop. We
>> may still need to restart it if the physical machine that it's on
>> fails but that should be rare, but people wouldn't need to create
>> accounts unless they wanted to do this.
> Having it always going sounds fine to me. We can be running the
> test suite and/or usertest after the tip of bzr.dev changes, say.
> Ian C.
I don't see a minute or two being a big deal (at least until we actually
get something like PQM running on that machine). I may forget to shut it
down from time to time, but a few minutes isn't a big deal.
I can certainly start it, and then go check my email.
That said, it would certainly be good to get some automated testing
running. But since that didn't get set up on Kerguelen either, I
certainly don't think we have to pay $90/month just so the connection
times are instant.
As it gets used more, we can increase how much it runs.
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