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Re: Some notes on installing Swift on Fedora


Just to follow up, I've got a merge request in that has changes to the SAIO
doc to include a link to the RHEL instructions on the wiki. It's tied up
with an additional doc for multi server install but it should be updated

I'm still working on the best way to replicate SAIO for different
distributions. It sounds like people want the detailed step-by-step of the
SAIO rather than the notes on the wiki. I can put that doc request next on
my list.

*Anne Gentle*
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On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 11:24 AM, dwight at supercomputer.org <
dwight@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> You're very welcome, Anne. I'm glad someone found it of value.
> Regarding finding a home for it, that would be ideal. But I have to
> wonder if that can be useful unless the SAIO page is modified, and a
> pointer to a page for specific distributions is added?
> The reason why I regretfully question this is partly based on my own
> experience (being unaware of Jeff's work). And the effort even he
> had to find it. As well as my helping someone out on the IRC channel
> on Friday, who was also unaware of the efforts to help
> Fedora/RH/CentOS folks.
> So, let me toss something out there, and see if it's reasonable.
> First, is it possible to get the SAIO page modified with a link to a
> general Wiki page for distro specifics? If so, what I'd propose for
> Fedora at least is an identical copy of the SAIO with the
> modifications that I mentioned.
> Hopefully this discussion will get the ball started on how best to
> handle this. But I think whoever is in charge of the main SAIO page
> needs to make a decision here.
>   -dwight-
> On Friday 22 October 2010 09:10:31 am Anne Gentle wrote:
> > Oh that makes me sad, to lose a wiki page. Sorry about that Jeff!
> > Do you remember the name of the page or specific keywords (other
> > than Fedora, ha). I have server access and can look.
> >
> > Thanks Dwight for the writeup! Let's find a good home for it.
> >
> > Anne