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Yes, indeed! Thanks for pointing that out.
Nov 2 2023
Nov 1 2023
Looks like the desire to move to chrony is still there as it was recently discussed in traffic's circle
Closing as this was not actionable. For the future, please contact the team at https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/SRE/Traffic for any questions.
Untagging traffic as we've agreed on not adding any new functionality in pybal. This will still be tracked in the collection of issues for the pybal project, however.
Since we're using systemd's timesyncd nowadays, so this isn't relevant any more. If I'm wrong, please do re-open.
@BBlack Is this something we still want to pursue? I'd fight for moving this discussion to e.g. email or some other discussion medium where there could be some engagement and leaving actionables for phab.
Closing due to age and apparent non-recurrence since then. Please re-open if this is still an issue. Thanks!
@Vgutierrez I'm guessing this is no longer an issue?
Closing due to age and lack of response. If this is still occurring let's reopen.
Considering this is four years old and hasn't been visited, this isn't worth keeping around. If we notice such a thing again and want to improve it we can re-open
Thanks for creating this ticket. Unfortunately, this is unable to be serviced due to insufficient information. Please do re-open if it can be given. Thanks!
Since the patch has long since been merged and we're well upgraded, assuming this is fixed.
@BBlack is this something we still want to pursue?
This warning is no long longer applicable since we've moved away from ats-tls. For good measure I verified that the error message does not manifest in any of the cp instances any more.
Thank you for all the work on this ticket and for creating it. I notice that this is a very broad topic and think it would be better if we close this and create smaller tickets with more focused scope.
Oct 31 2023
Closing due to lack of response. Please re-open if you'd like to re-ignite discussion. Thanks!
Stalled until the patch can be tested which currently requires a not-broken wmcs traffic stack