I’ve released a new Virtual Machine of the MusicBrainz server, based on the recent 2013-10-14 schema change. You can download the updated virtual machine here:
This VM is 10GB large and is built on the latest version of VirtualBox. Due to continuing incompatibilities between VMWare Fusion and VirtualBox, I am going to create a separate VMWare base virtual machine soon. I’m waiting for a vagrant-vmware-fusion license key and once I have that I will build the VMWare version and upload that as well.
The documentation for this VM has been updated to reflect the latest changes. Please make sure to read this page while you wait for your download!
We have finally created a new version of our Virtual Machine and we’re currently seeding it via BitTorrent. If you have some spare bandwidth and would like to help seed this torrent, please join it and leave your client running.
You can find the torrent file here. (edit: for the curious/disk-limited, the downloaded .ova is 10.13GB). Please read the instructions for how to use this VM.
You should consider this VM as beta quality as it not been tested at all. Let’s hope for the best!
UPDATE: We’ve got a workaround for getting this VM to work in VirtualBox. It works just fine under VMWare Fusion and Player.
UPDATE 2: We’ve added a second tracker to the BitTorrent.
Though the last version of the 2012-10-15 VM fixed the .ovf to remove an accidentally-included extra disk, this time an incorrect version of a different disk was added. This has been corrected and the finished product tested a bit, so hopefully this time we won’t need another followup blog post!
This time it’s
MusicBrainz 2012-10-15.ova, in the usual places.
Our previous upload wasn’t working; thanks to the help of Rob Nester, we’ve got an updated and working VM image up for use. It’s
MusicBrainz NGS 2012-11-15.
Sorry for any inconvenience. The Server Setup page on the wiki has also been updated accordingly.
If you’ve been waiting for the VM for the 2012-10-15 version, your wait is over! I’ve updated the Server Setup page with the links to the latest VM. As usual it contains a replicated database that can easily catch up to the latest data.
Grab yours now and start replicating!
UPDATE: This virtual machine is broken — we’ll work to get a new one up soon.
The promised Virtual Machine for MusicBrainz Next Generation Schema Release Candidate 1+ is now available for download. This virtual machine is setup as a slave and can pull replication data from the test server by running the admin/replication/LoadReplicationChanges from the musicbrainz-server codebase about 10 minutes after every hour.
See our wiki page for details on how to use this VM