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Change 632552 had a related patch set uploaded (by Samuel (WMF); owner: Samuel (WMF)):
[operations/puppet@production] Update redirection of 2030.wikimedia.org with new URI

https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/632552

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Was gonna do a patch but I'll review what exists

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Assigned to @Dzahn, since it looks as if a additional review of yours has been requested.

Dzahn removed Dzahn as the assignee of this task.Oct 12 2020, 1:50 PM

Hey. Sorry, I'm not aware of the procedures here but it seems to have been a little while. Any update or action needed from my side?

I am currently on vacation. Please try to find other reviewers to speed this up.

Change 632552 merged by Kormat:
[operations/puppet@production] Update redirection of 2030.wikimedia.org with new URI

https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/632552

Hi. I have merged the gerrit change, but

  • i'm not sure how long it's going to take to take effect
  • the current redirect is a 301 (a 'permenant' redirect), so browsers that have visited the url before are likely to still go to the old location.
Urbanecm assigned this task to Kormat.
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Did a second HTCP purge after Puppet propagated it everywhere, and it seems to work:

urbanecm@titanium  ~
$ curl --silent -I https://2030.wikimedia.org/ | grep -ie location -e server:
server: mw1364.eqiad.wmnet
location: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_2030
urbanecm@titanium  ~
$

Closing.

Hi. I have merged the gerrit change, but

  • i'm not sure how long it's going to take to take effect
  • the current redirect is a 301 (a 'permenant' redirect), so browsers that have visited the url before are likely to still go to the old location.

Thanks a lot @Kormat. I think the redirect works fine now as I've tested it on my end.

Works very well. THANK you both for your time!

Thank you @Kormat for merging this! Much appreciated. Also I learned that purgeList can be used by deployers. Nice.