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seph

12/20/2019, 1:05 AM
I'm down for suggesting testing between website stable and Linux repo stable.
theopolis

theopolis

12/20/2019, 1:07 AM
Awesome, I think this is the best approach right now. I'll keep checking for a good time to update the repos. I did reach out to some folks 1:1 and ask them to test.
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seph

12/20/2019, 1:08 AM
I pushed the binaries to our betas. But that not packaging.
1:08 AM
I think the repos are tied to your credentials, right?
theopolis

theopolis

12/20/2019, 1:09 AM
the yum and apt repos use the GPG key (available in 1password) but require write-access to the S3 bucket that hosts them (pkg.osquery.io is a CNAME to the S3 bucket)
1:10 AM
the osquery.io domain is also controlled by Facebook-controlled nameserver though the domain ownership is held by LF. It might be possible to move the nameserver to google and manage the domain with the gSuite account
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seph

12/20/2019, 1:11 AM
Yeah, I thought there'd be bucket stuff like that.
1:11 AM
We can, absolutely, move it all to gsuite
theopolis

theopolis

12/20/2019, 1:11 AM
that would prevent us from using cloudfront for the s3 bucket as AWS has tight requirements for using their Route53 for s3 fronting
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seph

12/20/2019, 1:12 AM
There are several other viable CDNs.
1:13 AM
But we should move a bit a time. DNS. Bucket, cdn, etc
theopolis

theopolis

12/20/2019, 1:14 AM
it would be nice to put everything into the gSuite but I don't know if Google offers all of these
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seph

12/20/2019, 1:17 AM
They do. CDN is a bit weird