Re: [Trans] Infrastructure for logs?

Rob Stradling <rob.stradling@comodo.com> Tue, 22 April 2014 14:28 UTC

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1. Linux (Gentoo and/or Debian).
2. PostgreSQL.
3. Stateless load balancing.

On 17/04/14 18:07, Ben Laurie wrote:
> My team is considering doing some work on the open source log
> implementation to make it less of a reference implementation and more
> something that you could consider running in (or adapting for) a
> production environment.
>
> It would help guide our thinking of those CAs (and others) who are
> considering running logs would give us some hints about the kind of
> production environment they would like to run in. In particular:
>
> 1. Operating systems.
>
> 2. Database managers.
>
> 3. Any other constraints you might have on a production environment.
>
> Public discussion would be useful, but if you would rather tell me
> privately that is also fine. Bear in mind that what we learn will
> probably influence open source code, though that's obviously very
> unlikely to reveal anything about anyone in particular.
>

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Rob Stradling
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