This weekend has been all about migrations:
- Host Migrations
I've migrated several more systems to the Jessie release of Debian GNU/Linux. No major surprises, and now I'm in a good state.
I have 18 hosts, and now 16 of them are running Jessie. One of them I won't touch for a while, and the other is a KVM-host which runs about 8 guests - so I won't upgraded that for a while (because I want to schedule the shutdown of the guests for the host-reboot).
- Password Migrations
I've started migrating my passwords to pass, which is a simple shell wrapper around GPG. I generated a new password-managing key, and started migrating the passwords.
I dislike that account-names are stored in plaintext, but that seems known and unlikely to be fixed.
I've "solved" the problem by dividing all my accounts into "Those that I wish to disclose post-death" (i.e. "banking", "amazon", "facebook", etc, etc), and those that are "never to be shared". The former are migrating, the latter are not.
(Yeah I'm thinking about estates at the moment, near-death things have that effect!)