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- Sep 7 2015, 3:25 PM (369 w, 3 d)
I'm not too fond of the List[str] -> List[Dict[str, Any]] signature, with the "not found" requested documents just disappearing from the result list.
Mon, Oct 3
FWIW, we didn't manage to replicate the timeout issue when manually killing and/or bringing down the network on the node currently responding to the MetalLB IP address... Every time, the failover happened within 10 seconds.
Fri, Sep 30
Ah, d'oh, it is (but your test fixture lies :-P)
Generating the issueTracker should probably be gated on the has_issues field (which is false, for this specific repository).
That seems sensible, thanks.
I don't agree with the idea of adding additional hashes, that will not be stored, to the Content model object. Model objects should map 1:1 with what is stored in the archive.
Thu, Sep 29
The logic seems sound, but I'm proposing an (untested) edit to make the code clearer, WDYT?
Wed, Sep 28
The hang really is in the /java/ process, so that's not going to help me much, but it won't hurt either.
Tue, Sep 27
This seems reasonable in terms of ""ontology design"".
fun with inconsistent side effects during imports
Mon, Sep 26
(indeed, collected resources)
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Tue, Sep 13
I think this makes sense.
Mon, Sep 12
There's a few issues with the configuration of these indexer clients:
Is there anything preventing swh-auth from using next= instead of next_path=?
While you're refactoring this, is there a reason for not using the default REDIRECT_FIELD_NAME from django.contrib.auth ("next") for the login/logout views, instead of "next_path"? This would save us from having to override it on every user_passes_test call.
Thanks! I guess this needs a version bump on swh.core in requirements-swh.txt
Fri, Sep 9
18:43:28 ⤷ ╡ icinga PROBLEM: service check_systemd on scrubber0.internal.staging.swh.network is CRITICAL: SYSTEMD CRITICAL - firstname.lastname@example.org: failed, email@example.com: failed
Indeed this seems useful; I've made a couple of naming nitpicks, but I don't care very strongly about them.