RubyForge migration hiccups

Hi all -

If you’re having trouble committing to a RubyForge svn/cvs repo this
morning, it may be because the DNS change may not have propagated
everywhere
yet, and I renamed the repo directories on the old machine to prevent
commits from being lost. So to accomodate this, if rubyforge.org still
resolves to 205.234.109.18 for you, you may want to add a hosts file
entry
to point it to the new address - 205.234.109.19.

Yours,

Tom

On Oct 10, 10:22 am, “Tom C.” [email protected] wrote:

Hi all -

If you’re having trouble committing to a RubyForge svn/cvs repo this
morning, it may be because the DNS change may not have propagated everywhere
yet, and I renamed the repo directories on the old machine to prevent
commits from being lost. So to accomodate this, if rubyforge.org still
resolves to 205.234.109.18 for you, you may want to add a hosts file entry
to point it to the new address - 205.234.109.19.

When I ping it I see 205.234.109.19, but I still see the maintenance
page when I point at it with my web browser. I cleaned out temp files,
cookies, history, etc. Still no joy.

Perhaps an automatic redirect could be done?

Regards,

Dan

cookies, history, etc. Still no joy.

Perhaps an automatic redirect could be done?

Or clean your DNS cache? On Windows it’s ipconfig /flushdns (needs Admin
priviliges).

I don’t know about the *nix variant, though, but I guess it can be found
in
man ifconfig.

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