Wed, Apr 14
Multiple transfers from the same source host is not supported. The various cookbook instances don't synchronize, so blazegraph is likely to be restarted before all transfers are completed, leading to corruption of data. Note that in any case, this would not speed up operations much since the bottleneck is the outgoing network bandwidth on the source server.
Wed, Apr 7
Looks like this is resolved. If you find more issues, feel free to re-open.
Tue, Apr 6
Mon, Mar 29
Wed, Mar 24
Tue, Mar 23
Looks like there are still cases where no changes are reported (see https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/wikidata/query/rdf/+/665082). Moving back to in progress.
Mon, Mar 22
In this case, Special:EntityData in the dump is a technical identifier and should not be translated. We should have a way to create dumps in a language agnostic way.
Fri, Mar 19
Looking at the Sonar sources, detection of the starting point of the branch is doing by searching for refs in multiple places, first locally, then on remote. In our case, the local ref isn't the correct one.
Thu, Mar 18
After some help from SonarSource I now have a better understanding. With the way Zuul merges our patches before the build, Sonar sees the project being already on the HEAD of the target branch and does not see any diff. I'll work with @hashar to find another way of checking out projects.
Mar 12 2021
Mar 9 2021
The Search Platform team does not have any frontend expertise anymore. Even if the code is in CirrusSearch, we'll need help to figure out what's going on and fix it. @kostajh / @Jdlrobson any chance you could help us with this?
Mar 8 2021
Mar 4 2021
Mar 3 2021
@Ottomata this is going to block the deployment of the WDQS Flink based Streaming Updater. Any chance you could raise the priority?
This is definitely something we don't want to implement in the backend (blazegraph). As responses are streamed to the client, an exception can occur at any point during that stream. This is especially true of timeouts. At that point, part of the response is already committed, so it can't be modified. There are ways around that limitation (buffering for example), but those are expensive at runtime and would significantly increase the complexity of the implementation.