We will be performing project renames on the Gerrit instance at review.opendev.org July 24, 2020 around 15:00 UTC. This requires a short outage of the service so that the database can be updated safely.
Thank you for your patience and let us know if you have any questions,
The review.opendev.org Gerrit server's /p/ git mirrors are being deprecated and will be removed in the future. The reason for this is newer versions of Gerrit repurpose the /p/ path for PolyGerrit UI project dashboards. We have historically hosted a set of git repo mirrors at this path and CI jobs (and others) have used it. In order to avoid any trouble post Gerrit upgrades we would like to deprecate then disable this mirror as soon as possible.
If you are using https://review.opendev.org/p/ or https://review.openstack.org/p/ urls you can replace them with https://opendev.org/ instead. This is our current canonical set of Gerrit git repo mirrors. If you do this you shouldn't notice any change when we disable the /p/ mirrors or when we upgrade Gerrit.
In particular you will want to check your CI configurations for both server configs (in the case of Zuul, Jenkins, etc) and job content (devstack-gate GIT_BASE and other places that clone repositories).
On July 31 we will disable the /p/ path to help shake out any remaining users to help them update in advance of any Gerrit upgrades.
Due to a flood of connections from random addresses within AS4837
(China Unicom), we have temporarily blocked access to the
opendev.org Git service from all prefixes they're announcing in BGP.
This is not a decision we took lightly, but whatever distributed
system these requests are coming from is not limited to any easily
classified network set. We're also seeing similar activity from
AS4134 (ChinaNet), and so may have to add filtering for their
prefixes too in the near term.
Hopefully we can lift this block once the problematic traffic
subsides, or as soon as we implement better alternative mitigations.