Python community buildbot page still 503

Discussion in 'Python' started by Graeme Glass, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. Graeme Glass

    Graeme Glass Guest

    If I am not mistaken http://python.org/dev/buildbot/community/all/ has
    been down since python.org had its harddrive issues.

    Anyone know a time line on getting it back up and running.
    I have mailed the buildbot mailing list, but heard nothing for a week,
    so thought I would try here.

    Kind regards,
    Graeme
     
    Graeme Glass, Sep 1, 2009
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  2. > If I am not mistaken http://python.org/dev/buildbot/community/all/ has
    > been down since python.org had its harddrive issues.
    >
    > Anyone know a time line on getting it back up and running.


    This service is, unfortunately, unmaintained. It broke when I upgraded
    the buildbot master to a new code base, and nobody upgraded the buildbot
    configuration file.

    So I have now removed it from the web server configuration, and put a
    notice on the web site.

    Regards,
    Martin
     
    Martin v. Löwis, Sep 1, 2009
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  3. Graeme Glass

    Guest

    On 06:23 pm, wrote:
    >>If I am not mistaken http://python.org/dev/buildbot/community/all/ has
    >>been down since python.org had its harddrive issues.
    >>
    >>Anyone know a time line on getting it back up and running.

    >
    >This service is, unfortunately, unmaintained. It broke when I upgraded
    >the buildbot master to a new code base, and nobody upgraded the
    >buildbot
    >configuration file.
    >
    >So I have now removed it from the web server configuration, and put a
    >notice on the web site.


    Um. Where should I have been watching to get some warning about this?
    And now that I know, can you tell me what I need to do to restore it?

    Jean-Paul
     
    , Sep 1, 2009
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  4. Graeme Glass

    Guest

    On 07:27 pm, wrote:
    >>>>If I am not mistaken http://python.org/dev/buildbot/community/all/
    >>>>has
    >>>>been down since python.org had its harddrive issues.
    >>>>
    >>>>Anyone know a time line on getting it back up and running.
    >>>
    >>>This service is, unfortunately, unmaintained. It broke when I
    >>>upgraded
    >>>the buildbot master to a new code base, and nobody upgraded the
    >>>buildbot
    >>>configuration file.
    >>>
    >>>So I have now removed it from the web server configuration, and put a
    >>>notice on the web site.

    >>
    >>Um. Where should I have been watching to get some warning about this?

    >
    >Not sure. Looking at the waterfall pages of the buildbot would have
    >helped.
    >>And now that I know, can you tell me what I need to do to restore it?

    >
    >Are you in charge of it?


    On reading your previous email, I assumed that someone (you, perhaps)
    had tried to contact Grig Gheorghiu (he was in charge of it last I
    heard) to let him know that some maintenance was required and that
    someone (you, perhaps) only made the decision to remove the community
    buildbots after he responded by indicating he was no longer willing to
    maintain it.

    Since you're asking if I'm in charge of it, I'm now lead to believe that
    no one contacted Grig. Is this the case? In case it is, I'm cc'ing him
    on this email.
    >You need to fix the config file, remove the commented-out redirects in
    >the Apache configuration, and revert the two commits I did to the web
    >pages.


    Jean-Paul
     
    , Sep 1, 2009
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  5. > On reading your previous email, I assumed that someone (you, perhaps)
    > had tried to contact Grig Gheorghiu (he was in charge of it last I
    > heard) to let him know that some maintenance was required and that
    > someone (you, perhaps) only made the decision to remove the community
    > buildbots after he responded by indicating he was no longer willing to
    > maintain it.


    No, I immediately "removed" them when I learned that they were still
    down, even though I broke them more than a month ago.

    Of course, I didn't really remove them

    > Since you're asking if I'm in charge of it, I'm now lead to believe that
    > no one contacted Grig. Is this the case? In case it is, I'm cc'ing him
    > on this email.


    I sent a message to Grig right after I sent the other one, and he
    already responded.

    Regards,
    Martin
     
    Martin v. Löwis, Sep 1, 2009
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