My team was using an Ubuntu box to host an instance of Reviewboard 2.5.2 that we used for a few years before migrating to a Bitbucket service in the cloud. The machine was maintained by my predecessor who has long-since left the company.
Edit: to clarify, the new service is not Reviewboard, but Bitbucket, and it's hosted on an internal cloud service.
Now that we have a service elsewhere that we don't need to maintain, we want to take this old server offline permanently, but would like to preserve the contents site itself -- that is all of the reviews -- for posterity.
I'd rather not just spin up another Reviewboard instance and I'd also rather not be in the business of maintaining a physical web server -- the idea is that I'd put this in our company cloud.
Now I've done a dump of the json-formatted data via RBTool, however this isn't really useful to me in its current form. Edit: it's not useful because I was hoping for an off-the-shelf way to dump the website in static form.
What I ultimately want is to have these old, archived reviews be searchable and for all the links to work more or less as expected for the sake of convenience.
Has anyone had luck doing something like this?
Now I've done a dump of the json-formatted data via RBTool, however this isn't really useful to me in its current form.Why is it not useful?
wgetcan do it. linuxjournal.com/content/downloading-entire-web-site-wget