install/crunch2-slurm/install-slurm.html missing from ToC
This document seems important, but does not appear to be linked to from any other doc or the sidebar table of contents.
Perhaps there are other orphaned docs as well..
#4 Updated by Michael Crusoe about 1 year ago
Peter Amstutz wrote:
I actually think that was dropped on purpose because we didn't want to be in the business of telling people how to set up their SLURM any more.
We at https://gitter.im/arvados/SURFsara_arv found it useful. Perhaps distill it down to the essentials (the following options may be helpful to set in your slurm config...)
#5 Updated by Lucas Di Pentima about 1 year ago
Other non-referenced pages:
$ for f in `find . -name '*.textile.liquid' | cut -c3-`; do grep -q $f _config.yml ; if [ "$?" -eq "1" ]; then echo "$f"; fi; done install/cheat_sheet.html.textile.liquid install/install-manual-overview.html.textile.liquid install/client.html.textile.liquid install/crunch2-slurm/install-prerequisites.html.textile.liquid install/pre-built-docker.html.textile.liquid admin/activation.html.textile.liquid admin/troubleshooting.html.textile.liquid user/composer/composer.html.textile.liquid user/tutorials/intro-crunch.html.textile.liquid
#8 Updated by Ward Vandewege 12 months ago
I've made some changes to this page, and re-included it in the index.
Going through the unlinked files:
These appear to be a symlinks that were deliberately installed as part of story 15577. It seems of dubious utility to install symlinks this way, where we keep pretending that the URL exists. We version our documentation per release, and if there are pages that we really care about redirects for, we should be adding these to our webserver config with a 301 (permanent) redirect to the proper URL. I'm removing these 3 symlinks.
This page has been an automatic redirect to install/install-manual-prerequisites.html since 2014, so I'm removing it. This page used a smarter trick that the three pages from above, it had:
<script> window.location = "install-manual-prerequisites.html"; </script>
in the body to do the redirect.
This page, too, was a leftover from 2014 (content moved at that time). I've removed it.
This was an empty page, I removed it.
Wow, blast from the past, this page documents the old `arvdock` tool, which was removed a long time ago. I've removed the page.
Ah, some documentation for Composer. I've removed it, I think we've decided to drop Composer.
An unused overview page that hasn't seen material changes since 2014, I've dropped it.
Ready for review at c81ce0ff89ad019d982bdccb376a823894eea733 on branch 17245-slurm-install-docs