Jan 6 2023
@Gehel thanks. I found out the headers were indid cleared after the first POST.
Oct 22 2022
Oct 14 2022
migrated; need to verify it works per schedule.
Oct 10 2022
tools.botorder@tools-sgebastion-10:~/staging$ toolforge-jobs run test --command $PWD/test.sh --image tf-mono68 ERROR: unable to create job: "HTTP 400: invalid container image"
Oct 8 2022
Oct 7 2022
@taavi I'm not sure I can help you with these questions. I just run mono myApp.exe and everything runs. I guess any dependencies I have are covered in that default mono package. There a few DLLs which I need and are not delivered by the system; I just reference them when building the exe (compiling).
This page https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Toolforge/Mono say "Currently, no docker image exists with Mono. This may change in the future."
Jul 14 2017
I think the best solution would be to set both the execution environments in the grid and the user environment on bastion to default to UTF8 which is a modern de-facto standard.
@chasemp - No, I did not find it in the documentation; I thought the environment variable might do the trick and them I looked for qsub documentation to find -v.
This did the trick
Jun 10 2017
OK. I moved the cache file creation to /data/project/bothasava/ . thanks @zhuyifei1999
The bot needs to save some caching information which is best to be available across invocations. Is the best place to save it would be /data/project/bothasava/cachedir then ?
added scheduled deletion to crontab
I am cleaning up now. You may delete these files on whim. Most are very old and the tool should not be creating so many. I will track it going forward. thanks
Nov 21 2016
@scfc thanks this did the trick for BotHasava :-)
>become botsister qrsh -l release=trusty pwd Host key verification failed.
No, this does not work reliably. Sometimes it asks for key verifications. Also I understand it would not work with cron (only jsub works there). I still need some help here. Does anyone run DotNetWikiBot bot on tools? or mono at all?
Nov 13 2016
qlogin and qrsh work OK too.
@valhallasw thank you for commenting.
Nov 12 2016
Nov 10 2016
Nov 5 2016
It may be that the problem is actually with accessing https://he.wikipedia.org/w/api.php?action=query&meta=tokens&type=login&format=xml