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Re: Introductions and v2 migrations



Hi Romain.
I have mainly php + mysql cartridges, there also node.js, python (django) and tomcat in a few apps. I'll take a look at php migration, maybe we can share the workforce and get it done quickly.
Let you know how is going.

2013/6/21 Romain <filirom1 gmail com>:
> Hi Diego,
>
> Now the weekend begin for me, but on tuesday I could take a look on nodejs
> migration from v1 to v2.
>
> Let me know if there are some special things to be aware of before begining.
>
> Cheers
> Romain
>
>
> 2013/6/21 Krishna Raman <kraman gmail com>
>>
>> Hi Romain, Diego,
>>
>> I wanted to put you two in touch with each other. Thanks for helping with
>> the documentation/scripting of v1->v2 migration.
>>
>> The difference between v1 and v2 versions of each cartridge mainly
>> container changes in directory structure and a few
>> config changes. I would suggest creating a v1 and a v2 version of each
>> cartridge and performing a diff to see the changes.
>>
>> Origin release 1 defaults to v1 cartridges and latest code on master is
>> v2. You can use vagrant to spin up a machine.
>> You may have to disable selinux for now. Im working with Dan Walsh to get
>> a bug fixed in the selinux policy which
>> prevents creation of gears.
>>
>> Let me know if I can do anything to expedite.
>>
>> Thanks again for your help
>> --Krishna
>
>


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