I am a Release Engineer on the Wikimedia Release-Engineering-Team.
Sat, Nov 17
Fri, Nov 16
@Andrew: Can it be done next week? I know that's pushing it given that it's a 3 day work week.
Yeah it's definitely a mysql-specific technique but it's atomic, fast and recommended in the mysql documentation.
Thu, Nov 15
@Nikerabbit: It's just a temporary branch I created to give you a chance to look it over before I merge to wmf/stable ;)
Wed, Nov 14
@thcipriani is going to try installing https://gerrit-review.googlesource.com/admin/repos/plugins/javamelody to hopefully collect some more useful data about the state of the JVM. At this point we are operating under the assumption that there is likely to be a new bug in gerrit 2.15 since gerrit was just upgraded yesterday. If that is the case then we need to collect more useful information to track down the cause. It's either that or cosmic rays twiddled our bits.
So the problem seems to have started between 02:00 and 02:12 UTC. There was a fairly large spike in outgoing traffic on eth0 between 02:10 and 02:12 at which point cpu load gradually falls off as a gradually increasing proportion of requests are met with 5xx errors.
phabricator sprite sheets don't support svg. It has to be png in exactly two sizes: 18x18 pixels and 36x36 pixels
As for adding them, it's done by adding to the sprite sheet in the phabricator source.
At 18px I'm not sure it's as recognizable:
How about this one?
Tue, Nov 13
hahah good catch @Krenair, thanks
Fri, Nov 9
Thu, Nov 8
The form ultimately controls what fields a given user can edit. The task policy controls who can see the task at all, or edit it at all.
The form's permissions control who can use the form. When editing the task users see the first form they are allowed to use, based on the order that's set by clicking "reorder edit forms" on the left sidebar here
3 possible solutions:
@chasemp: in addition to the security policy on the task, the policy on form 48 also affects who can edit. Things are further confused by the fact that we have an acl*security_team which is separate from Security.
Wed, Nov 7
is this ready to merge? I'm cutting 3.8.8 without this patch unless someone shouts at me soon.
Tue, Nov 6
Mon, Nov 5
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Wed, Oct 31
this is probably a transient glitch, nothing really actionable here.
Tue, Oct 30
I only see one instance of this in all of logstash's history. I think it is safe to assume that it was transient. Alternatively, this is likely dupe of T195615
@mcruzWMF You are still a member of acl*Project-Admins, are you sure rights were removed? You should still be able to create projects with https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/edit/form/4/
D1123 fixed the check for required signature so that you shouldn't get the bogus "only admins may require signature" error unless you actually check that box and that should be impossible as a non-admin since that box isn't shown.
self-reviewing since there aren't any qualified phabricator reviewers available.
much improved validation.
Mon, Oct 29
@JeanFred: Can you try one more time?
I can now manage the document. This thing is exhibiting some really strange behavior.
I still cannot edit L36
@JeanFred: Try saving it without "require signature"? as far as I know "require signature" means that the document must be signed by every phabricator user before they can use phabricator. So that's not something we want enabled.
I don't have access to edit the legalpad document and I am an admin.
Sat, Oct 27
Fri, Oct 26
Thu, Oct 25
I don't know why it says I removed a subscriber @awight