Thanks for the clarification. Now at least you guys know you are under 24
hours surveillance, no monkey bizniz will go unpunished ;-)
On 18 October 2016 at 12:30, Mark Polak wrote:
> Hey Calle,
> Halvdan is right, there has been a deployment of the
Halvdan is right, there has been a deployment of the maintenance app that
included a bunch of irrelevant files as we accidentally deployed some files
due to a deploy process that is not really ironed out perfectly yet. That
should be nothing to worry about though.
The size of the .war
Far-fetched it might be, but the fact is that all war versions from 2.18
and up have had only minor size fluctuations (<1mb) up to now - I've been
keeping a set & updating them regularly for the last 2 years. That 20mb+
change is clearly abnormal, in particular when you consider the
The idea that this is caused by malicious code is a bit far fetched.
An educated guess:
All of our "bundled" apps are now developed outside of the core code
repository. They are then pulled in at build time and bundled into the
final distribution war-file.
In practice this means that it's
Maybe - but then why is the 2.25 war file size much small again? It makes
no sense to introduce a new set of libraries at the same time as 2.25 is
releases WITHOUT the same libs.
Let's hope somebody from the core team can throw some light on this when
they sober up ;-)
OK, but that's really weird. The 2.24 build from 5 days ago was 138mb
Anybody from the core team have an explanation? I don't want to use the new
version before I know if there are nails in the soup
On 17 October 2016 at 17:31, Dan Cocos wrote:
The latest one, from this morning (see http://ci.dhis2.org/job/dhis2-2.24/,
On 16 October 2016 at 15:34, Dan Cocos wrote:
> Hi Calle,
> Is there a specific revision that I can look at? We maintain our own
> build server and I can compare.
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