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Mercurial hg moved to new server
     posted by agn, Thu Jan 12 15:07:50 2017 - 0 replies

The mercurial hg services have been moved to the new server. All should be
working normally at the new server IP address.

Two improvements include https and rsync access ( https://hg.savannah.gnu.org and rsync://hg.savannah.gnu.org/hg/ , respectively).

If you encounter any hg related problems please report them to us.

Bazaar bzr moved to new server
     posted by agn, Tue Jan 10 03:33:35 2017 - 0 replies

The Bazaar bzr services have been moved to the new server. All should be
working normally at the new server IP address. If you encounter any svn
related problems please report them to us.

Subversion svn service moved to the new server.
     posted by rwp, Fri Jan 6 19:02:03 2017 - 0 replies

The Subversion svn services have been moved to the new server. All should be working normally at the new server IP address. If you encounter any svn related problems please report them to us.

The cvs service has moved to the new server
     posted by agn, Fri Dec 16 03:14:26 2016 - 0 replies

Savannah's cvs service has been moved onto the new server.
All should be working normally but at the new IP address of the new server.

This includes projects using cvs for source code,
and all web cvs repositories for http://www.gnu.org/www.nongnu.org .

If you encounter any cvs related issues with savannah,
or with web pages not being updated - please email us at
savannah-hackers-public@gnu.org .

The git service has moved to the new server
     posted by rwp, Sun Dec 4 00:38:44 2016 - 0 replies

The git service has been moved onto the new server. All should be working normally but at the new IP address of the new server. The new server includes improved cryptography protocols and security.

Yesterday this was moved and then rolled back due to a regression. That has been fixed now. Sorry for the disruption.

Savannah is migrating to updated systems.
     posted by rwp, Wed Nov 30 23:56:33 2016 - 0 replies

Savannah is in the process of being migrated to updated systems. Yay! After much effort the Savannah Hackers team is beginning a migration of the many components of Savannah. Savannah is going to be "under construction" for a brief time as services are moved. ...


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Savannah suffering networking problems
     posted by rwp, Fri May 13 22:58:25 2016 - 0 replies

Last Friday May 6th Savannah was moved to new hosting in the same datacenter with many various assorted related and unrelated changes. Since that time there have been wide spread reports of networking problems. The FSF admins are aware of the problem and are trying to resolve it.

Savannah https SSL certificates updated
     posted by rwp, Fri Mar 25 05:32:10 2016 - 0 replies

The https SSL certificates for the Savannah web site have been updated.

Savannah IPv4 address has changed
     posted by rwp, Sun Aug 9 20:07:57 2015 - 0 replies

The IPv4 addresses of the Savannah sites have been changed. All of the sites have been updated to use the new addresses. This may cause ssh warnings about an address change when committing to vcs repositories if your ssh is configured to warn on those changes. If so you will need to manually accept the new address. For a short time, until the old address stops working, both addresses will function to help smooth the migration.


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