So I wrote a little script this morning to analyze all of bodhi's logs across
app1-7. The results were quite interesting. Below are some of the top
offenders, in the format of (# of tracebacks : exception)
# Database issues
134 : InterfaceError: connection already closed
1773 : OperationalError: terminating connection due to administrator command server closed the connection unexpectedly This probably means the server terminated abnormally before or while processing the request.
2566 : OperationalError: FATAL: connection limit exceeded for non-superusers
# FAS issues
115 : error: 35
126 : error: 52
236 : error: 6
1155 : ServerError: ServerError(https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/, 500, Unknown HTTP Server Response)
1320 : error: 7
2758 : ServerError: ServerError(https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/, 503, Unknown HTTP Server Response)
3539 : error: 18
5399 : ServerError: ServerError(https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/, 502, Unknown HTTP Server Response)
The "error: #" messages are from pycurl within the TurboGears JSONFas
identity/visit layer. PyCurl error descriptions can be found here:
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CVS / Source Control
Reason for Outage:
IBM wants us reseat the DIMMs and get FRU information off of them. Don is
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I was just reading a (very long) thread on the python-dev mailing
list, about the state of the python development buildbots.
Atm, none of the python builders (http://www.python.org/dev/buildbot/all/
) run a version of Fedora.
I know we test python releases by building them within koji, but
nevertheless I was wondering if there's some spare capacity within the
Fedora Infrastructure project to run a buildslave.
This may shake out issues before they enter stable python releases and
we bump into them in Fedora.
Since we as Fedora are a large python shop, it might be a nice gesture
to help our upstream out.
I have added "Follow on twitter/identica" link to planet fedora.
Please let me know if there are any issue with it.
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