Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Git email hook?

2022-09-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Paul, Paul Smith wrote: > > I pushed a change this morning and didn't see any email about it. > > Got the email about 4 hours later; apparently there's some lag in the > system (I just got this email, about 4.5 hours later...) There isn't any intentional mailing list delays. But on this last

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Sending email via fencepost fails

2022-08-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Eli, Eli Zaretskii wrote: > Since about half an hour ago, I cannot send email via fencepost port > 587: I get "connection refused". > Logging into fencepost via SSH does work. > > What is the problem with the SMTP service on fencepost? Can this be > fixed, please? > > P.S. And if this is

[Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah non-gnu download area policy for scp, sftp, rsync

2022-08-18 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, bill-auger helped me debug the upload issue reported in https://savannah.nongnu.org/support/?110690 today. The root cause of this problem is users who have upgraded their system to OpenSSH 9.0 and the upstream OpenSSH at 9.0 has switched the internal protocol of scp from the

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah bug->email gateway problems

2022-08-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > It appears that systemd is setting NoNewPrivileges=yes for apache and > if I read the documentation correctly this will definitely break > things in the way we are seeing. I have removed that setting and am > trying things again. That seems to have been the

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah bug->email gateway problems

2022-08-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > I continue to poke at things. It appears that systemd is setting NoNewPrivileges=yes for apache and if I read the documentation correctly this will definitely break things in the way we are seeing. I have removed that setting and am trying things again. Bob

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah bug->email gateway problems

2022-08-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > I have downgraded all of apache and php packages to a version prior to > the latest point release. ... > I'll try to test the outbound mail from the web UI and verify that it > is functioning now or not. Unfortunately that has not resolved the problem.

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah bug->email gateway problems

2022-08-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > G. Branden Robinson wrote: > > The bug-groff list hasn't gotten any updates on applicable Savannah > > tickets for the groff group since sometime on 12 August. > > > > https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-groff/2022-08/index.html > Your d

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah bug->email gateway problems

2022-08-16 Thread Bob Proulx
G. Branden Robinson wrote: > Possibly related to the recent DoS-driven outage... Possibly. The abuse continues currently. And it is hard to identify. Though this seems like this problem would be an independent problem. > The bug-groff list hasn't gotten any updates on applicable Savannah >

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Anyone have any news on Savannah?

2022-08-15 Thread Bob Proulx
It looks like the automatic restart is working. But the underlying problem remains. Afer a restart... [Mon Aug 15 17:47:40.409406 2022] [mpm_prefork:notice] [pid 16147] AH00173: SIGHUP received. Attempting to restart [Mon Aug 15 17:47:41.241212 2022] [mpm_prefork:notice] [pid 16147]

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Anyone have any news on Savannah?

2022-08-15 Thread Bob Proulx
Paul Smith wrote: > Unfortunately it seems to be down / under attack again this morning :( I see that my attempts at mitigation of the current problem are failing. I am looking into things again now. I'll type this in stream of consciousness as I work the problem and then send it. I may have

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Anyone have any news on Savannah?

2022-08-14 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Paul, Paul Smith wrote: > I haven't been able to reach the Savannah website for most of the day. > Things like the Git service are available but the website is not. Thanks for the report. It appears that some agent was pounding on the web site. There were max processes of apache2 web server

[Savannah-hackers-public] IPv6 problems since recent VM movement

2022-07-17 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, Since Thursday's VM movement there have been problems with IPv6 connectivity. I mapped out the connectivity between systems. Since this hasn't been tracked it's possible that these are not all of the same issue and for example nfs1 may have been this way for a while. Bob

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Install a post-receive hook in the GNU Emacs repository

2022-07-13 Thread Bob Proulx
Gregory Heytings wrote: > Bob Proulx wrote: > > I had written that first while loop some years ago for a different > > multiple hook case. I therefore just reached for it and grabbed it for > > this task. > > > > But that doesn't mean that it can't do somethi

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Install a post-receive hook in the GNU Emacs repository

2022-07-12 Thread Bob Proulx
Gregory Heytings wrote: > That looks good, except for two things: > > (1) the hooks/post-receive-ci.heytings.org must be made executable, and Drat! Sorry. Fixed now. > (2) given that only one oldrev/newrev/refname triplet is passed to the I had written that first while loop some years ago for

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Install a post-receive hook in the GNU Emacs repository

2022-07-12 Thread Bob Proulx
Gregory Heytings wrote: > We're in the process of installing a CI system for GNU Emacs. > > Could you please add the following post-receive hook in the Emacs > repository? Sure. Done. > #!/bin/bash > while read line; do lines="${lines}${line};;"; done > { timeout -s 9 -k 5 10 wget -q -O-

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Add information about downloading Git snapshots

2022-05-06 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > Can this information please be added to the appropriate page of each > project? Honestly this worries me a because I recall that creating those snapshots puts a high load on the server. Right now a few people do it and it isn't so bad. But if it is advertised as a feature

[Savannah-hackers-public] OpenSSH updated on vcs0 and download0

2022-03-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, I upgraded vcs0 today to the next newer OpenSSH version. This means that all of the client facing ssh member access systems have all been upgraded past the SHA1 obsolescence point that previously required either upgrading to ed25519 keys or using the following workaround.

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] scp asks for password on savannah nongnu.org

2022-02-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Joël Krähemann wrote: > `scp` asks for password while connecting, I think this shouldn't happen. Here it is two days later that I am seeing this email to the mailing list. But Joël and I chatted on IRC at the time and I referenced our documentation here.

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] git.savannah.gnu.org is not able to be connected with git protocol

2022-02-20 Thread Bob Proulx
antique refer wrote: > git.savannah.gnu.org is not able to be connected with git protocol. > > # git clone git://git.savannah.gnu.org/gnulib.git > Cloning into 'gnulib'... > fatal: read error: Connection reset by peer This works for me. Which leads me to think that it is a firewall in your

[Savannah-hackers-public] Network Outage Today

2022-02-01 Thread Bob Proulx
This morning there was a long network outage which separated the VMs from their root file system holding the OS files. This started at 8:18am US/Eastern time and seemed to mostly conclude about 9:38am US/Eastern time. That's a long time for a system to be without a root file system. The system

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Update on upgrades

2022-01-29 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > I have been banging my head against the https/http WebDAV > configuration. That's all Apache using libapache2-mod-svn and seems > like it should be working but I haven't been able to make it happy > yet. I'll keep working on it. The smallest of detai

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] frontend-dev?? Can it be shutdown?

2022-01-29 Thread Bob Proulx
Ineiev wrote: > Bob Proulx wrote: > > Can we shutdown frontend-dev and release those resources? I don't > > think we are using it for anything now. Are you using it? > > No; I test changes in frontend code either locally or on current > frontend VM (it has a d

[Savannah-hackers-public] frontend-dev?? Can it be shutdown?

2022-01-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Ineiev, Can we shutdown frontend-dev and release those resources? I don't think we are using it for anything now. Are you using it? If not I would like to shut it down and return the VM resources to the pool. Thanks! Bob signature.asc Description: PGP signature

[Savannah-hackers-public] Update on upgrades

2022-01-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, Just a very short status update note. I have been focusing on migrating services to the new vcs2 which is the up to date Trisquel 9 image. It includes the newer OpenSSH and avoids the SHA1 deprecation problem with ssh that members committing vcs possibly hit if they have the

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] What is the size of the nongnu directory?

2022-01-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Thérèse Godefroy wrote: > The sizes were last updated on Feb. 25, 2017. So the average growth rate of > nongnu is around 2 GB/year. Cool! :-) Bob

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] What is the size of the nongnu directory?

2022-01-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Thérèse, Thérèse Godefroy wrote: > We are trying to update directory sizes in the mirroring guide [0]. > Thanks to Anton McClure and Ian Kelling (RT #1784571), we have current > data for gnu and gnu-alpha. Could you tell us the size of the nongnu > directory? Thanks in advance. The

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Error en https://savannah.gnu.org/register/

2022-01-07 Thread Bob Proulx
This appears to have been BCC'd to savannah-hackers-public so I make a reply to ensure that follow-ups go here instead of elsewhere. And also to offer a translation. In the Spanish version of https://savannah.gnu.org/register/ In line 309 of the html it says: "My balls include a

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Git on Savannah rejects git:// protocol?

2021-12-31 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > I get this: > > ~/test-clone$ git clone git://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/emacs.git > Cloning into 'emacs'... > fatal: unable to connect to git.savannah.gnu.org: > git.savannah.gnu.org[0: 2001:470:142::168]: errno=Connection refused > git.savannah.gnu.org[1:

[Savannah-hackers-public] [task #16101] Python warnings on push and groff-commit list not getting mails

2021-12-30 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #7, task #16101 (project administration): Yay! Thanks for helping! :-) ___ Reply to this item at: ___ Message sent via Savannah

[Savannah-hackers-public] [task #16101] Python warnings on push and groff-commit list not getting mails

2021-12-29 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #5, task #16101 (project administration): I think maybe it is fixed. Maybe. The problem is that the hook was a symlink to a shared /usr/src/git_multimail/... directory and that directory did not exist on the new server. I had missed it in the setup. I don't have an easy way

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Request ability to push non-fast-forward commits

2021-12-29 Thread Bob Proulx
Michael Siegel wrote: > I was able to clean things up for the repository's mirror at > > https://notabug.org/dragora/dragora-website > > Now, unfortunately, I didn't know that non-fast-forward commits weren't > allowed on Savannah. That's the GNU hosting policy for community hosted software.

[Savannah-hackers-public] [task #16101] Python warnings on push and groff-commit list not getting mails

2021-12-29 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #4, task #16101 (project administration): Drat! But that is at least a problem I understand and can fix. I'll get it sorted out. Sorry for the trouble. ___ Reply to this item at:

[Savannah-hackers-public] [task #16101] Python warnings on push and groff-commit list not getting mails

2021-12-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of task #16101 (project administration): Status:None => Done Assigned to:None => rwp Open/Closed:Open => Closed

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Suspicious ‘451-You dont seem to have a reverse dns entry.’

2021-11-20 Thread Bob Proulx
Tobias Geerinckx-Rice wrote: > First of all, thanks for the lengthy response. I could only skim it. I do sometimes get that response. :-) > Bob Proulx 写道: > > Since it is reported as being greylisted this should have been a > > single one time delay for the greylist and t

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Suspicious ‘451-You dont seem to have a reverse dns entry.’

2021-11-20 Thread Bob Proulx
I removed sysadmin from the recipient list so that each of these would not create an additional ticket in their system. Tobias Geerinckx-Rice wrote: > I noticed the following response in my mail logs: That word wrapped. Let me reconstruct it for readability. Nov 20 14:25:26 localhost

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] List of available SSH cipher types?

2021-10-10 Thread Bob Proulx
Andrew Engelbrecht wrote: > Someone said they were having trouble ssh'ing to Savannah, and course > they're an Arch user, so likely using SSH 8.8. ; ) Agreed. Very likely. > They did apply the +ssh-rsa trick, but for some reason Savannah > wasn't accepting their key that had been working for a

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > Daniel Katz wrote: > > I've created a sv account (with ssh and gpg) and submitted a new project > > request. My user name is daniel_k and the project's short name is > > fsftest. Please enable the project. > > The reason we needed the account is

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Ian Kelling wrote: > Thanks. I'm going to create a user daniel-k on the savannah machines so > daniel can setup development copies of things based on that link. Hmm... It's fine but I see that daniel-k has been set up completely uniquely different from the way most of our admins are configured

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Karl Berry wrote: > Ok, seems like we should setup a development instance of Savane, at > least the relevant parts. Does that sound right? > > FWIW, I found it impossible in practice to set up a usable development > instance of Savannah (or Savane). Thus, when I wanted to do experiments >

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Ian Kelling wrote: > Ok, seems like we should setup a development instance of Savane, at > least the relevant parts. Does that sound right? Yes. A while back rms and I were chatting about things and he had suggested that we set up something pre-seeded with whatever is needed. Because setting up

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Daniel, Daniel Katz wrote: > I've created a sv account (with ssh and gpg) and submitted a new project > request. My user name is daniel_k and the project's short name is > fsftest. Please enable the project. I don't understand the need for a new project request. And I am not trained up

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Daniel, Daniel Katz wrote: > I'm currently a FSF tech intern. I don't see an account for you on Savannah. Please register an account on Savannah. Then please upload both an ssh rsa key and a gpg key. At this moment please use either an ssh rsa key or both an ssh rsa key *and* an ssh

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Ian Kelling wrote: > Website cvs repos are under the domain web.cvs.savannah.gnu.org, > whereas non-website cvs repos are at cvs.savannah.gnu.org. Should we > create an analogous domain: web.git.savannah.gnu.org ? There are a lot of legacy paths to the same place that never made a lot of sense to

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > More generally, why wouldn't the above be possible to do from the > "Select Features" page of the project on Savannah? For example, Emacs > has this: > > https://savannah.gnu.org/project/admin/editgroupfeatures.php?group=emacs > > Adding a checkbox for "Web Pages" there

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > Daniel Katz wrote: > > I'm currently a FSF tech intern. My next project is likely going to be > > allowing the sub pages of gnu.org/software/ to be updated from a Git > > repo. > > Could you tell more about what this will entail? In particular, does > this mean the files

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > If not then many things are done through cron on an hourly or every > half hour basis. In which case there will be a cron action on vcs1 > which will query the database and if a repository is desired but does > not yet exist then it will create the repository

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Ian Kelling wrote: > How exactly do you create new git repos? How exactly do you create a > webpages cvs repo? Project admins would log into Savannah web site UI. Under the administration menu there is a "Select Features" menu. That page has a long list of features that may be enabled or

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Allowing git repos to automatically push to gnu.org/software/$PROJECT

2021-07-23 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Daniel, I will apologize to everyone here for being mostly absent from the mailing lists the past few months. I have been overbooked and needed to shed load and keeping up with the mailing lists was part of the load that got shed. Sorry. Karl Berry wrote: > Project maintainers on

[Savannah-hackers-public] [task #15922] Savannah project memberlists do not load (HTTP 500)

2021-03-24 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, task #15922 (project administration): Ineiev, I saw that it was a typo and hacked in a quick edit on frontend1 to avoid the error. I did not update the vcs for the fix however. ___ Reply to this item at:

[Savannah-hackers-public] [task #15902] GNU Guix - Cuirass - Email notifications

2021-02-08 Thread Bob Proulx
Follow-up Comment #1, task #15902 (project administration): 1) Fencepost is administered by "accounts" (FSF Admin) not Savannah. So nothing we can do here about it. Docs here. https://www.gnu.org/software/README.accounts.html 2) I don't follow why there would be need for a fencepost account

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Aim to be a real free software engineer

2021-02-03 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Aisuko, Aisuko LI wrote: > Thanks for your sharing. I'd like to contribute to the community as I > personally like to contribute to the operation system or microKernel. But I > do not know which project I can take with my past experiences. I was > tracking some issues these days, but may

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Aim to be a real free software engineer

2021-01-29 Thread Bob Proulx
Aisuko LI wrote: > My name is Aisuko and the real name is BowenLi, I'm a open-source software > engineer. And I read a few blogs on GNU.org. And I believe that people > should know the operator system name should be `GNU/Linux`, and I have to > consider my motivation. Why do I want to be an open

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] [Savannah-cvs] [433] drop dead link, Savannah sr #110274

2021-01-29 Thread Bob Proulx
ine...@gnu.org wrote: > --- trunk/sviki/GettingHelp.mdwn 2021-01-27 04:06:57 UTC (rev 432) > +++ trunk/sviki/GettingHelp.mdwn 2021-01-29 20:46:10 UTC (rev 433) > @@ -5,7 +5,4 @@ > Savannah administration support tracker > (). >

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Mailman generates invalid From headers

2021-01-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > (If this is the wrong list to post this problem, please tell where to > redirect this.) I am probably one of the few that continues the distinction that the mailing lists are in the "Not Savannah" category. However I agree that there are too many mailing lists to keep

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Something's wrong with GNU mailing lists?

2020-12-12 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > Looks like email delivery has stopped, at least for Emacs-related > mailing lists? Can someone tale a look? > > On second thought, maybe all the email delivery of gnu.org stopped? > My inbox on fencepost.gnu.org is empty for the last several hours, and > stays empty even

[Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah News Items on Frontpage

2020-11-01 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, On IRC some of the users objected to the very old News items on the front page of the Savannah web UI. And it does look a little stale. But there hasn't been any new Savannah news to post there. What do people think about opening up the front page to approving the random

[Savannah-hackers-public] [task #15795] remove pending account - email to me cannot get thru forwarding service

2020-10-20 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of task #15795 (project administration): Assigned to:None => rwp Open/Closed:Open => Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #1: Hi Alan,

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] filius

2020-10-20 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello! Guillaume Sagette wrote: > hi pls i want have a new link for go to that sit because i have some lag on > the traditional sit and i need to practice for tuesday > > cordially: sagette guillaume I am sorry but I don't understand your message. And no one else of the team responded either

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] [task #15787] Remove last news item from 'Lastest News'

2020-10-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Ineiev wrote: > > https://savannah.nongnu.org/news/approve.php?group=kasoverb > > > > I don't see a reason not to remove that news item. I just have no > > idea how to do it without debugging it from first principles on the > > database side of things. > > I'm reluctant to remove any

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] [task #15787] Remove last news item from 'Lastest News'

2020-10-07 Thread Bob Proulx
Hey Savannah Hackers, and specifically Ineiev! :-) Mark J. Olesen wrote: > KasoVerb Project > https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/kasoverb/ > > Please remove last news item ('KasoVerb 3 release candidate...') from News. I don't know how to do this. I am sure I could dig around the database

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Anonymous HTTPS cloning of emacs git repository is failed

2020-10-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > I'll go ahead and send this update and keep looking into why this is failing. I think I have this problem mostly resolved right now. I can git clone the repository now when previously I could not. rwp@mgt0:~/src/emacs-stuff$ time git clone https://git.savannah.gnu.

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Anonymous HTTPS cloning of emacs git repository is failed

2020-10-01 Thread Bob Proulx
Yasuhiro KIMURA wrote: > I'm reporting here because I was recommended in emacs-devel ML. Yes. This is the right place for the report. Thanks for reporting it. > For about half a day anonymous HTTPS cloning of emacs git repository > has been failing as following. > > yasu@eastasia[3561]% git

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] can I get a tar copy of the ccvs repo?

2020-09-06 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello David, David Cantrell wrote: > I'm working on a side project where I am computing some stats of various > version control systems and looking at performance from different points in > historical releases. Sounds interesting. > I would like to include cvs in this comparison and it would

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Email address no more hidden

2020-08-03 Thread Bob Proulx
Ian Kelling wrote: > tldr: Addresses weren't fully hidden and hiding has significant > downsides so we turned it off. I am happy this mis-feature has been turned off. There were so many times when the usefulness of the email archive was broken because the email address obfuscation broke it. If

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Unreachable https and rsync mirrors

2020-06-08 Thread Bob Proulx
Ian Kelling wrote: > Awesome. Onto server upgrades! I just decommissioned a debian lenny > machine this last weekend. Lenny! He was a good chap. Always kept his eyes open! :-) Bob

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Unreachable https and rsync mirrors

2020-06-08 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > All of those seem to be the outdated CA list and openssl on > download0. All but one of the above were issued by Comodo. Which is > the mostly common thread among them. They apparently have a newly > issued trust anchor. It turns out that this was a pretty

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Unreachable https and rsync mirrors

2020-06-05 Thread Bob Proulx
Ian Kelling wrote: > Related, on https://savannah.gnu.org/maintenance/Mirmon/ there is a > broken link, which also has a bad cert > > $ curl https://dl.sv.gnu.org/releases-noredirect/00_MIRRORS.html > curl: (51) SSL: no alternative certificate subject name matches target host > name

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Emacs git repository clone limits

2020-06-01 Thread Bob Proulx
Philippe Vaucher wrote: > > git daemon --init-timeout=10 --timeout=28800 --max-connections=15 > > --export-all --base-path=/srv/git --detach > > > > In this configuration git-daemon acts as the supervisor process > > managing its children. The limit values are tweaked and learned from > >

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Emacs git repository clone limits

2020-05-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Philippe Vaucher wrote: > Alfred M. Szmidt wrote: > > Why not simply use a reference repository? > > git clone --mirror git://git.gnu.org/emacs.git ~/emacs-reference > > And when cloning: > > git clone --reference ~/emacs-reference git://git.gnu.org/emacs.git > > the ~/emacs-reference place

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Emacs git repository clone limits

2020-05-28 Thread Bob Proulx
Philippe Vaucher wrote: > > > Is there a limit and/or maintainance going? Was I but in some sort of > > > throttle-list? > > > > We do have rate limits in place. Because otherwise the general > > background radiation activity of the Internet will break things. > > > > However nothing has changed

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Emacs git repository clone limits

2020-05-27 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Philippe, Philippe Vaucher wrote: > I'm the author of https://hub.docker.com/r/silex/emacs, dockerized Emacs > images for a lot of versions. > > You can see one of the builds here: > https://gitlab.com/Silex777/docker-emacs/pipelines/148568952 Wow! I see 40 different builds there. Which

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] (no subject)

2020-04-15 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Héctor! hector lacunza wrote: > Hi, my name is Héctor. I am studing Network Administration Operative > Systems (ASIR, in spanish) and i am interested in learn more about > GNU/Linux. I think the best way yo learn is to do, so i would like > to work with you. > If i can be a contributor

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] (no subject)

2020-03-19 Thread Bob Proulx
The Talk wrote: > ViewVC 1.1.26 Did you want to make some comment to the Savannah Hackers? If so then the above was not sufficient to convey meaningful communication. Bob

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah Upgrades In Motion

2020-03-13 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, > Let this be a general notice of very quickly moving system upgrades. > I am in Boston at this time. Ian and I have been working on various > system upgrades. With some effort, tenacity, persistence, and luck, > we are hoping to upgrade the last of what was at one time the

[Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah Upgrades In Motion

2020-03-08 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, Let this be a general notice of very quickly moving system upgrades. I am in Boston at this time. Ian and I have been working on various system upgrades. With some effort, tenacity, persistence, and luck, we are hoping to upgrade the last of what was at one time the newer

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah Frontend Upgrade

2020-02-18 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > I have switched the DNS from the old frontend0 to the new frontend1. Having sat for an appropriate quarentine period I have shutdown the old frontend0 VM system. The upgraded frontend1 is the live production system for the PHP web UI frontend. A continuing trickle of no

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] emacs-devel list is unusually silent

2020-02-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > It is unusual for the list to have no messages in two days. Could > someone please take a look, to make sure there are no problems with > email delivery? That is odd. Likely a problem. I personally do not have the access to look into it. I am only responding here so you

[Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah Frontend Upgrade

2020-02-07 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, After being stalled for a while due to Life, The Universe, and Everything, work picked back up again on upgrading the OS hosting the web UI frontend0. To catch up on the happenings let me refresh the events. We asked the FSF admins to clone the VM image of frontend0 creating

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Problem with email delivery on fencepost?

2019-12-16 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > > Bob Proulx wrote: > > Hmm... debbugs is completely independent of eggs. I don't see > > anything wrong on debbugs. It is receiving email and sending email. > > If delivery of email on eggs stopped, then my email, sent through > fencepo

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Problem with email delivery on fencepost?

2019-12-15 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > Looks like some delay or another problem with emacs delivery: I was > sent an email almost an hour ago, which didn't arrive. It's the weekend so I would not expect a reply from sysadmin until at least Monday. But from some IRC chatter that I saw while lurking earlier I

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] htaccess for website ?

2019-12-10 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Patrik, Patrik Dufresne wrote: > After mush effort, I'm finally, admin of rdiff-backup project with Eric > Zolf. I'm looking for various way to slowly redirect the traffic from > savannah website to our new website. I'm wondering what are the tool > available for me. > > The easier way

[Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah Outage Event Today 2019-12-09

2019-12-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah git, svn, hg, bzr, download, Outage Event Today 2019-12-09 We had a problem today that caused all of those services to fail for a while this afternoon. Things are back online again. Sorry for the inconvenience. Everything is back working normally at this time. Please make reports if

[Savannah-hackers-public] Please avoid removing ntp on nfs1

2019-12-09 Thread Bob Proulx
The time on nfs1 is drifing badly. It is currently 1m8s fast. root@mgt0:~# dsh.sh date -R | sort + dsh -M -c -f hostlist date -R download0: Sat, 07 Dec 2019 15:22:01 -0500 frontend-dev: Sat, 07 Dec 2019 15:22:00 -0500 frontend0: Sat, 07 Dec 2019 15:22:01 -0500 frontend1: Sat, 07 Dec

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] [gnu.org #1456067] Re: Problems with email and debbugs?

2019-12-07 Thread Bob Proulx
Bob Proulx wrote: > I started it back up again and immediately exim started to log > normal activity in the log file. I sent a test mailing through debbugs such that I would be able to verify that basic email was working. The test message was received and delivered okay. Bob

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] [gnu.org #1456067] Re: Problems with email and debbugs?

2019-12-07 Thread Bob Proulx
From: "Andrew Engelbrecht via RT" > I'll look into the spamassassain issue. The Bayes issue is probably something that has been that way for a long time. Potentially it has always been that way. The error message I see in the logs is: Dec 7 21:38:57 debbugs spamd[13350]: bayes: cannot open

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Problems with email and debbugs?

2019-12-06 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > Looks like email delivery stopped at fencepost. And debbugs takes a > very long time to return results of a query. > > Another DDoS attack on GNU servers? I shouldn't be responding to this as I don't know first hand information but I didn't see other responses so will

[Savannah-hackers-public] Savannah DDoS Attack

2019-12-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Community, Savannah systems are getting hit by a DDoS attack. A botnet is browning out the web UIs on three of the systems. This has been going on all weekend. The botnet is hitting the web interface randomly selecting every possible URL. If you can imagine every version of every

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] 502 Bad Gateway for project called tops

2019-12-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Dale Williamson wrote: > It is possible to log in and update sources at "cvs -z3 > -d:ext:d...@cvs.sv.nongnu.org:/sources/tops" but from a web browser > viewvc/tops has a bad gateway. The problem is that savannah systems are getting hit by a botnet. It is browning out the web UIs on three of the

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Accessibility to Savannah's Git repositories

2019-12-02 Thread Bob Proulx
Eli Zaretskii wrote: > Something is wrong with access to Git repositories on Savannah via > HTTPS: attempts to do so come back with error 502. > > Could someone please look into fixing that? The problem is that savannah systems are getting hit by a botnet. It is browning out the web UIs on

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Error on guix

2019-09-11 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Alberto, Alberto Garcia wrote: > #guix pull > Updating channel 'guix' from Git repository at ' > https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/guix.git'... > guix pull: error: Git error: failed to connect to git.savannah.gnu.org: > Network is unreachable I assume that the "guix pull" command is like

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Can't commit to the project called tops

2019-09-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Dale Williamson wrote: >cvs [commit aborted]: cannot stat /var/lock/cvs/sources/tops: No such > file or directory Unfixed damage from this: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/savannah-hackers-public/2019-09/msg00011.html Sorry this wasn't noticed early. Will fix it. Thank you for

[Savannah-hackers-public] [task #15385] git.savannah.gnu.org does not find its repositories any more

2019-09-09 Thread Bob Proulx
Update of task #15385 (project administration): Assigned to:None => rwp Open/Closed:Open => Closed ___ Follow-up Comment #2: TL;DR: Bad

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] HTTPS problems with elpa.gnu.org

2019-07-20 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, Does anyone know who is working with elpa? If elpa reports are going to flow into this mailing list it would be nice to know who to redirect them too. Tim Cross wrote: > Trying to install the delight package from elpa.gnu.org fails with a 'Bad > Request" error when using https

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] ELPA is down 20190718

2019-07-18 Thread Bob Proulx
Hi Tom, Tom Alexander wrote: > Ah okay, sorry for the spam then and thanks for the URL! No worries. We are happy to chat here. Just unable to help! :-) If you find out who is involved in elpa or what mailing lists they use please come back here and tell us the scoop on it. I have no idea who

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] ELPA is down 20190718

2019-07-18 Thread Bob Proulx
Tom Alexander wrote: > https://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/elpa.gnu.org > > Found a post on reddit from an emacs maintainer suggesting that we should > email this list when ELPA is down. Well... I don't know why they would suggest that. I don't think anyone here has anything to do with

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Project tops showing old files

2019-06-22 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Dale, Dale Williamson wrote: > I believe I have narrowed down what is probably the machine that made > the most recent commit. In our commit log it was on Thu Jun 13 15:04:52 > PDT 2019 for file viewvc/tops/tops/sys/math.v. That's all good information but I am hoping that was from before

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Project tops showing old files

2019-06-21 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Dale, > > > Newest files for project tops are showing as 2 months old. > > > > You didn't say and so there is no way for us to know but for what > > projects are you referring? And is this source code or web pages? > > This is the tops project. > > As an example, I log in to do updates

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Changes to the CVS repo don't propagate to the website

2019-06-21 Thread Bob Proulx
I think thinkgs are working as they were before again. Bob Proulx wrote: > > Is this related to migration to the new VM? > > Almost certainly it must be related. But when I test uploading to a > test project I do see the web site updated with the changes. Maybe yes and maybe

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Project tops showing old files

2019-06-21 Thread Bob Proulx
Hello Dale, Thank you for making this report. Dale Williamson wrote: > Newest files for project tops are showing as 2 months old. > > Updates were made last week, so it appears the system has been restored > from backup. > > What is the status of files less than 2 months old? Of course it

Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] New VM vcs1 to hold CVS data with working file ACLs

2019-06-19 Thread Bob Proulx
Savannah Hackers, Bob Proulx wrote: > I am going to disable cvs on vcs0, sync the data from old vcs over to > new vcs1, switch the DNS names for all things cvs over to vcs1, and > then hold my breath that everything is working moving forward. It > should be working okay at that poin

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