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Aug 15 2018
@Krinkle OK, that makes sense to me. As a lead-up to that, would it make sense to run a brief study in which we log an event when an event fails validation on the client? The code for logging of the 'validation failed' event could use an alternate, light-weight code-path so we don't end up wondering how many 'validation failed' events failed validation.
Aug 7 2018
I think that Nuria was right to press for an evidence-based rationale, and I haven't seen one.
Aug 2 2018
Jul 23 2018
It'd be nifty if you got backtraces from Lua, too. Luasandbox is about ~7% of wall time.
Jul 22 2018
According to https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Developing_libraries#Bootstrapping_a_new_library generator-wikimedia-php-library is deprecated in favor of cookiecutter-library.
Tom, are you sure you meant to send this to me? I am not involved with the maintenance of the PageForms extension. Maybe you meant @Yaron_Koren ?
I'm not working on this, and haven't kept up with the relevant web standards, so I'm unlikely to be of much use here.
AFAICT, the base VM for MediaWiki-Vagrant is Debian Stretch, which has pip 9: https://packages.debian.org/stretch/python-pip
Jul 17 2018
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May 23 2018
Using gdb will likely have a much smaller overhead.
May 11 2018
Mar 8 2018
This is really impressive, Krinkle. Kudos.
Dec 7 2017
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Oct 23 2017
There is only a single entry in autoloader.log for the past three days:
Oct 20 2017
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Jun 13 2017
I know you are not 100% done, but still: congratulations, Sirs! It's really impressive to see a long arc of design and implementation work and operational planning come to fruition. Kudos!
Jun 2 2017
Since this code is hot, I assume AutoLoader.php runs before the Composer autoloader, and that the case manipulation happens for every class that lives in an external depedency. If that is true, then it might be good idea to relegate the code that does the case manipulation to a discrete legacy autoloader that runs last.
Jun 1 2017
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Nov 28 2016
The expensive template appears to be Txantiloi:Frantziako_udalerri_infotaula_INSEE. The titles on euwiki that Parsoid was requesting were all French municipalities. Guerchy, for example, takes almost a minute to parse, and reports these figures in its transclusion expansion time report:
Nov 24 2016
Oh, I see -- you don't need the EXIF data at all, so you can set the option unconditionally.
Nov 23 2016
OK, I was able to reproduce this with the following minimal case:
Nov 21 2016
Nov 19 2016
Nov 18 2016
Strictly speaking, it is not the regular expression that is the problem. The stack overflow is encountered when the new AbuseFilter parser (which was introduced in aa399da279) tries to parse the expression that constructs the regex by concatenating 500+ string fragments. If the regex was declared as a single string literal, this wouldn't be an issue.
It's triggered by this rule, specifically: https://bg.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:AbuseFilter/12
Nov 17 2016
Nov 4 2016
Nov 3 2016
@vvv, are you still planning on working on this?
@Jdforrester-WMF, we hope that this feature will prove valuable enough and popular enough that it is on by default. (By which I mean: the activation trigger for it will be visible for all users.) I understand that simply adding it to the sidebar is problematic, which is why I supported making it a beta feature. I'd like us to stick to that plan. My concern is that making it an editing preference is wrong (this isn't a preference for how you edit pages) and makes the feature less discoverable.
Nov 2 2016
I am already a member of WMF-NDA, so this is now complete.
Nov 1 2016
Oct 29 2016
cgroups don't offer any facility for disk quotas (the blkio subsystem can only be used to throttle the rate of I/O). But if you can call setrlimit() (or use ulimit), then you can use RLIMIT_FSIZE to specify the maximum size of files that the process may create.
Oct 28 2016
Oct 27 2016
Can you add some ad hoc console#log statements to your local instance?
- We do want for internal redirects navigationStart. Measuring from fetchStart would break our current client-side save timing metric.
- It's not clear to me that the benefits of measuring from fetchStart would justify the cost -- namely, the change in metric definition and the resulting loss of continuity.
Please re-open if you can reproduce this.
Oct 26 2016
Depooled servers will continue to show up in Graphite and Grafana (particularly when using wildcards to select metrics), because the metric doesn't get deleted when you stop reporting values. For that reason, it might be useful to have a metric representing the average and maximum lag of all pooled servers.
Oct 25 2016
I suspect @elukey is right and the problem went away due to some change in the interval between August 2015 and now, since I am also unable to reproduce this. I suggest closing it unless there is evidence that it is still an issue. If you really want to be sure, I'd tail varnishlog for 503.html.
Oct 20 2016
Oct 19 2016
Backtrace from mw1194: P4264
Oct 17 2016
@vvv, any thoughts?
@Matanya, do you have steps for reproducing this issue?