Coming Soon: A New URL for Gerrit

DW Talton

Hi Everyone,

With a new year we are getting a new Gerrit, and soon you must switch to using the official Tungsten URL to access it:

The date for the final cutover is still TBD as it's dependent upon the final TF release of this year. Once the release is complete, the current Gerrit system at will be set to read-only mode.

Note that during the move there will be a window of time that both Gerrit systems will be read-only.

Everything else will remain the same. However, if you are already working locally on a patch when the cutover happens, then you must modify the git remote origin before sending it up for review. Don't fret if you've never had to do this before, it's an easy change with a nice walk-through on how to do it here:

More information to come as we get closer to release.


DW Talton

Hi Everyone, the date has been decided and the cutover will happen on Monday, January 11th.

Please note that services may be unavailable at this time, but any downtime should be minimal.

Thanks for for you patience, and happy new year to all!

The Linux Foundation

DW Talton

Hi Everyone,

The Gerrit migration is complete!

The existing Gerrit at is set to read-only, so you can no longer commit to it.

The new Gerrit resides at, and is identical to the old Gerrit as of the time of the migration. Everything should work the same as before, with the only change being the upstream origin URL.

  • Note: Jira issue linking is temporarily disabled on the new Gerrit as the Jira JWS callback URLs (likely) need to get updated by Juniper to reflect the new source URL.
  • Note: The new Gerrit is fully supported by The Linux Foundation, so if you have any issues, please open a support ticket at

Thanks for you patience. I know this was a long time coming and that there may be a little more pain as we clean up from the migration, but we're very happy to have this onboarded on the LF!