I am a Software Engineer on the Wikimedia Release-Engineering-Team.
@Dzahn: agreed. I don't know who should decide if we keep phab1001 or return it. We've proven now that the migration is doable in a sort-of short amount of time, so a warm standby would certainly improve availability in the event of a major failure with the primary machine.
It looks like this one is resolved, either by the php 7.2 upgrade or use of php-fpm sapi.
seems like a legit upstream bug
How hard would it be to incorporate python projects into the codehealth pipeline? I'm interested in seeing SonarQube reports on rMSCA Scap
The most common situations I can think of are offboarding and spam/abuse, both of which do seem like they are fine to make public. And it should really be durable not subject to log retention GC. hmm...
@epriestley: Is this something you might be willing to merge upstream if I were to work on a patch?
We could add a custom field to the user itself to hold the disabled reason, however, it does seem more appropriate to put that info with the log rather than directly on the user profile (and I think only users are allowed to edit their own profile fields, unless they are bot users)
Thank you @epriestley! I resolved the conflict and this will get deployed with the upstream version soon. Much appreciated!
We aren't using differential anymore.
The can view policy on the form controls who can use it. I believe that editing forms is controlled globally by the "transactions" application policy.
Tue, May 21
I think editing forms is limited to admins
Mon, May 20
Thu, May 16
@chasemp: this task is sufficient I think. What kinks need working out? Switching the default is fairly straightforward, just let me know what else needs massaging.
Tue, May 14
Should we resolve this task? It seems like the new type is being used successfully. @chasemp: What do you think?
It seems that the task types experiment has been a success. With many types implemented and no major issues so far I think this can be marked as resolved.
Mon, May 13
A requisite bot / automation seems like something that we (Release-Engineering-Team) could build.
Fri, May 10
Thu, May 9
So how do we begin implementing this? It's a great idea and it seems like we just need to promote it?
I've also edited a page on wikitech with the details:
I've created reset-2fa.txt in my home directory on bastion.wmflabs.org
@RhinosF1 it's been deployed now.
Wed, May 8
Tue, May 7
Mon, May 6
@Dzahn: it has a bunch of parameters :-/
Fri, May 3
flogger is google's fluent logger framework for java: https://google.github.io/flogger/
Tue, Apr 30
Ok I will send the following to the appropriate mailing lists:
Thu, Apr 25
This is fixed in d7744d7e9bd0 but I haven't deployed it because I don't want to do a phab deploy from hotel wifi.
Apr 20 2019
fwiw my irc client highlights both names but I rarely log in to the @20after4 phab account.
Apr 19 2019
Apr 18 2019
@Daimona: I don't know how important PostgreSQL support is to you, however, the normalized schema does sound like the better long-term solution. abusefilter is a common source of database-related timeouts for sure so any improvements to the schema would be welcome I think.
No longer blocking the train, thanks.
Synchronized php-1.34.0-wmf.1/extensions/AbuseFilter/includes/: sync https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/c/mediawiki/extensions/AbuseFilter/+/504863 (duration: 01m 00s)
move_project - Transform a project into either a subproject or milestone of another project.
A better documented version of the script is now available: rPHABf8b44b65514e: Added move_project script from upstream.
The script is roughly documented upstream at https://secure.phabricator.com/T10350
Apr 17 2019
according to https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Codesearch :
@hashar: yeah I think a read-only mirror might make sense, we could have code search and several other things reading from that instead of the master. I'd like to get a better idea of what codesearch is doing, is it following the changes stream or just periodically fetching all refs, I don't really know but I plan to look into it (or maybe @Legoktm can comment about that)
From looking at http requests per minute in javamelody, over 1 year, I see that traffic has increased a lot: