How the Grafana Alerting team scales their issue management with GitHub Projects
Hear from Grafana Labs' Armand Grillet about how his team uses GitHub Projects.
As we continue to expand the infrastructure that powers GitHub, we want to make everyone aware of some changes to the IP addresses that we use. Most customers won't have…
As we continue to expand the infrastructure that powers GitHub, we want to make everyone aware of some
changes to the IP addresses that we use. Most customers won’t have to do anything as a result of these
We mentioned these new addresses
back in April and updated the
Meta API to reflect them. Some GitHub services have
have already been migrated to the new addresses, including:
Our next step is to begin using these IP addresses for the main GitHub site, so we’re reminding everyone
about this change. There are a few gotchas that might affect some people:
/etc/hostsfile that points github.com at a specific IP address, you should remove it and instead rely on DNS to give you the most accurate set of addresses.
126.96.36.199. The warning message looks like this:
Warning: Permanently added the RSA host key for IP address '$IP' to the list of known hosts.
Thanks for your patience and continued support as we work to make GitHub faster and more reliable!