We still need to:
- Merge and deploy the gerrit change
- Mark https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Schema:EventCapsule as deprecated
- Populate https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Analytics/Systems/EventLogging/EventCapsule with documentation on the new capsule.
root@eventlog1001:/srv/log/upstart# grep eventlogging/processor /var/log/syslog.1 | grep -c terminated
Wed, Jan 17
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- The user can choose language, project family or special wiki in any order
- The user can choose dbname and hostname shortcuts to choose wikis
- Ordering of results prioritizes early matches and wide matches.
- The WikiSelector reads 'Loading...' while sitematrix loads
- Uses browser language to localize project family names.
- Increases scroll limit to 500 to fit all project families, languages, and special wikis.
Wed, Jan 10
Yes. Sorry, this change was started as part of the other task mentioned in the description, and I reused it.
Mon, Jan 8
Thu, Jan 4
I can reproduce the error in Ubuntu with both Chrome and Firefox.
Will look into that right now.
Wed, Jan 3
This has become a subtask of T159840.
I will change the title from "Investigate anomalous views to pages with replacement characters" to "Add alerts for high volume of views to pages with replacement characters".
Tue, Jan 2
I guess T155507 can help in identifying bad runs of mediawiki history reconstruction.
Fri, Dec 22
I'd say it will be difficult to troubleshoot this issue in the past without being able to reproduce the error.
I would rather add this task as a subtask of T159840, and when we work on it, we create an alarm that can ping us in case this problem comes back.
Thu, Dec 21
So probably if we round timestamp and remove sessionId your proposal for dattaset #1 is safe to keep long term (cc @mforns for anything I might be missing)
Dec 21 2017
@Nuria You're right, there's no granularity selector in tops metrics...
I swear that I saw a granularity selector in a tops metrics at some point! Agh!
Well, problem solved anyway.
This has been already fixed in https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/396469/
Dec 20 2017
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Dec 15 2017
I added some documentation for the concerns we discussed and the decisions we took:
Hi @Manu1400 , thanks for reporting this
Luca submitted this fix: https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/398264/
and it was merged
Dec 13 2017
Dec 11 2017
Dec 5 2017
Yes, definitely not privacy sensitive.
Please, you can move the datasets to /srv/published-datasets/wdcm.
Let me know if you need something else regarding this task.
And thanks for waiting for our review!
Looking into this!
Dec 4 2017
Hi @Tbayer and all,
Nov 23 2017
Nov 17 2017
Seems to me that the DROP DATABASE list is correct.
Nov 14 2017
Here's the wiki pages where the dump's docs have been historically:
Nov 10 2017
No, all data will be purged the same.
Nov 9 2017
We'll undo the change. This looks like a really good argument.
Our Alpha launch will not have internationalization, we are aiming to implement it for our final launch.
From duplicate task:
Actually, no need to invite me. We can follow up on Legal's position after the meeting. Thanks!
Please, invite me to the meeting as well. Regardless of the outcome, I'd like to know Legal's point of view on this subject, so that we can apply it to similar scenarios in the future.