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Overview about Debian Edu / Skolelinux Infrastructure

Web Servers and Services:

Current situation


  • kvm server for virtual hosts


  • kvm host on manager.skolelinux.org
  • Login server for developers
  • Login server for lots of users (IRC, etc)
  • Subversion repository frontend (svn.skolelinux.org)
  • Old CVS repository frontend (cvs.skolelinux.no)
  • Selected web sites
    • svn.skolelinux.org
  • Recent svn client (working)
  • Nagios server


administrator.skolelinux.no aka ftp.skolelinux.org

  • (restricted host)
  • DAK (archive server)
  • Upload queue for developer
  • rsync, ftp and http download for images and pools
  • building of CD images
  • Webserver (ftp.skolelinux.{org,no})
  • File server for the other machines (NFS):
    • Home directories for users
    • Subversion repository storage
    • Archive for old CVS repository


  • previous Xen server for virtual hosts
  • Empty


  • kvm host on manager.skolelinux.org
  • LDAP server for nss/pam on the other machines


  • kvm host on manager.skolelinux.org
  • Available server for all developers and general use
  • powered down /!\


  • (restricted host)
  • kvm host on manager.skolelinux.org
  • Build and test services for the security team
  • powered down /!\


  • {login problems}
  • Old package archives
  • Checkbot linkrot checker
  • Websites (developer.s.n) -> moved to maintainer

    • developer.skolelinux.no
  • powered down /!\


The Debian-Edu/Skolelinux Sysadmin Team (aka drift) is now using the debian ticket system on rt.debian.org. This means all bugreports and feature requests regarding the Debian-Edu/Skolelinux infrastructure should be directed to this ticket system. General information about how to use the ticket system can be found at http://wiki.debian.org/rt.debian.org.

The team uses three queues:

DESA - Incoming: Place for all new tickets, which will then be moved to one of the other queues. DESA: Public DESA queue DESA - private: Private DESA queue

If you are curious and want to check the status of your ticket, you can login to the ticket system on rt.debian.org by using "guest" as a user and "readonly" as the password. This user has access to the public DESA queue. Of course it is still possible to email debian-edu-sysadmins@lists.alioth.debian.org for any queries, but we do prefer that you create a ticket for each request.