RE has mustard rebuilt, but we didn't get 64bit because the proc won't handle it.
Next step is to get the load balancer set up to handle the cluster.
After that, each existing virtual host will get an analog virtual host (like vihistory2.uvic.ca) that gets handled by the load balancer/mustard.
Once each new VH is tested we can migrate the actual VH over and let mustard take over.
Once all VHs are migrated we can bring down lettuce and get it prepared for rebuild.
RE can set up www-dev like it is on the UVic web cluster (that is, some.machine.uvic.ca:8080 is mapped to the www-dev folder of an account), and also set up a method for accessing VH-less apps via the usual ~username (e.g. http://hcmc.uvic.ca/~someproj points at the someproj user account/www).
We also gain the advantage that all such sub-domains get the advantage of the wildcard cert we have on hcmc.uvic.ca.
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