Luke Schierer lschiere at
Sun Aug 26 14:25:20 EDT 2012

viewmtn and trace are the only two services on imperial.  

Do we have other plans for imperial, or do we no longer need it?


On Aug 26, 2012, at 12:38 EDT, Daniel Atallah <datallah at> wrote:

> Folks,
> I've gotten a test clone of Trac working on nicobar and upgraded to Trac 0.12.3.
> Mainly the work involved was figuring out all the pieces that needed
> to be migrated over and updating a number of plugins to work with
> 0.12.3.
> There are a few changes:
> * Trac is running in apache2 instead of lighttpd
> ** I'm not sure if this is the right decision, but it's easy to
> change back if necessary.
> * Instead of the funky bouncing between https and http for logging in
> and actual usage, it's all https now; accessing an old link via http
> will redirect to the appropriate https page.
> * I didn't bother setting up viewmtn - it doesn't seem worthwhile. We
> can set up a redirect to hg (it probably would even be possible to
> redirect to the appropriate revision, but that would take some work).
> The test instance is at - it's using the
> cert, so you'll either need to add an exception to
> your browser or hack your /etc/hosts to point to
> Note that if you access it will redirect you
> to, which unless you update DNS, still is
> imperial.
> I've attached my notes.
> I'm wondering what else needs to be done before we can ditch imperial
> and move to nicobar.
> At the very least, the server configuration needs to be reviewed to
> make sure all the firewalls and etc. are set up appropriately.
> Is anything else running on imperial?
> -D
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