For reference, the cost for disk space is 0,0025 SEK/GB/h. Backup is 0.003 SEK/GB/h, but only for the actual space used, I believe.
Is the scope of this checking that the domains are accessible? If so this should be handled by T234508: Set up server monitoring.
After discussion between @Lokal_Profil and me, we will try hosting simpler websites (such as wikipedia.se and (frontend of) offentligkonst.se) on a single server.
This should be done before activating Matomo for wikipedia.se (T234506), to not do double work.
It doesn't seem to have made its way to the live code, judging by the result from the API: https://en.wikipedia.org/api/rest_v1/data/citation/mediawiki/https%3A%2F%2Fsverigesradio.se%2Fsida%2Fartikel.aspx%3Fprogramid%3D114%26artikel%3D7325491.
I did a quick search for FLOSS software, mostly on Github. The results can be found in this document.
No. I asked STTS to take a look, but they were busy and then it fell of the radar.
Fri, Oct 18
Added readme file in https://github.com/Wikimedia-Sverige/scripts/pull/2. A couple of additions requested from @Lokal_Profil.
Thu, Oct 17
The Nextcloud server is running low on disk space. It still have 200+ MB left, so it should make it until after the meeting. If we want to keep Nextcloud after that, we should give it some more space.
Wed, Oct 16
Tue, Oct 15
This could be used to not have to log into IRC T235301: Create a update-and-redeploy script.
Mon, Oct 14
@Jopparn, is this still ongoing?
Scheduled for October 8th
@Evelina-Bang-WMSE, Did we reschedule this meeting?
- Are there any functions in Nextcloud that Drive lacks?
In T234787: Figure out if it's possible to sync files with Nextcloud I looked at syncing files on Nextcloud, which can be done using their client. Google Drive have a similar thing called File Stream which is not available for Linux. This issue came up during a developer meeting regarding working with large amounts of/large files locally.
Fri, Oct 11
Thu, Oct 10
This was added to the document for the initialization meetup.
Tue, Oct 8
If we want to use Matomo for a wiki there is a MediaWiki extension for that.
Mon, Oct 7
No. I started writing this, but it was never finished or sent: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_BWgC3PTUIlPlH84U-hOJVVwDPHuRI7vRbbWRc5FpiE. I don't know if it can be salvaged or if it's better just to start anew, since it's quite outdated.
I removed the disk for wikimedia02 and minimized the RAM to reduce the costs, since even when it's turned off there are costs. The swap disk couldn't be removed. wikimedia01 was reused for Matomo.
I double checked that the costs on the statistics page does indeed match those of the servers. All the costs for the servers are in the column called "Resources Cost". There is another column called "Usage Cost" which is always 0, probably as a result of our arrangement.
If we want server monitoring (T234508) that's one more server.
Unless T231337 results in throwing away Nextcloud, the setup should be documented.
I removed piwik.wikimedia.se.
I manged to set up the client. There was some strangeness when I installed it at first, but second time around it worked. The setup was straightforward.
There is a Nexcloud client that I haven't quite figured out: https://nextcloud.com/install/#install-clients.
Fri, Oct 4
I'd say this is done as the server is now up and running. Remaining work to actually start using Matomo can be found in the related tasks.