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/var/www/vendor/mediawiki/oauthclient/src/Client.php: 204 - JWT didn't validate

URL: http://xtools.wmflabs.org/oauth_callback?oauth_token=a04f28747a28b4db5389288048d6d4cc

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MusikAnimal renamed this task from PLEASE REPLACE WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE ERROR to OAuth login failing.Oct 27 2018, 4:30 PM
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I did notice this in the error logs. Sometimes logging in with OAuth fails with this error. Did some quick research and I couldn't quite figure out the cause, and furthermore I can't reproduce it. I'll try to do more investigation

While the cloudadmin/ops level of this problem is being sorted out in the subtask, one bandaid applicable by project members may be to change /etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf on xtools-prod03.xtools.eqiad.wmflabs to have Servers=0.us.pool.ntp.org and try restarting the systemd-timesyncd service. Puppet will overwrite this and timesyncd will get broken again, but the clock itself should be okay for a while.

While the cloudadmin/ops level of this problem is being sorted out in the subtask, one bandaid applicable by project members may be to change /etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf on xtools-prod03.xtools.eqiad.wmflabs to have Servers=0.us.pool.ntp.org and try restarting the systemd-timesyncd service. Puppet will overwrite this and timesyncd will get broken again, but the clock itself should be okay for a while.

Thank you! :D This was a quick and easy fix (albeit temporary). I should have tried this yesterday when you first recommended it.

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