We will be performing some upgrades on llvm.org on Monday, June 24. The upgrades are scheduled to begin around 11:00 am Central Time and should take 3-4 hours.
During most of this time, llvm.org services (LLVM web page, CVS repository, etc) will either be slow or unavailable. The machine will also be undergoing an IP address change due to some recent network changes at UIUC.
Any idea when it would be back up? We are in release crunch mode here. Not having access to the CVS server is a bit inconvenient.
I've fixed a minor problem with the OS upgrade, and CVS services seem to be working again. You should be able to checkout and make commits (provided you have commit access, of course) using the LLVM CVS repositories.
The llvm.org DNS entry hasn't been updated yet to handle the server's new IP address (220.127.116.11), so web services (such as http://llvm.org website and the Bug Database) are not yet available. I believe all of the UIUC domain names (e.g. llvm-cvs.cs.uiuc.edu) have been updated, so all other services should be working.
If something is still broken, please email llvmdev. Just note that:
1) Most of us are out for the night here in the midwest, so we probably won't be able to fix anything until tomorrow morning, and
2) The CS department will be making changes to the network either during the night or sometime tomorrow. These are unrelated to the llvm.org machines themselves, but could potentially break connectivity if things go wrong.
I thank everybody for their patience, apologize for the inconvenience, and look forward to when all LLVM services are fully restored.