[Bug 1826405] Re: Repeatedly "storage error [503 Inconsistent file state], last errno: File exists

2019-06-13 Thread Emmanuel Fusté
Hoo my Our proxys are NOT fixed. I go back to VfileUseRangeOps: 0. I need to choose between a functional repository for daily updates or a functional repository for distribution release upgrade. Will try if with VfileUseRangeOps: -1 I could get both. -- You received this bug notification

[Bug 1826405] Re: Repeatedly "storage error [503 Inconsistent file state], last errno: File exists

2019-06-12 Thread Launchpad Bug Tracker
Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users. ** Changed in: apt-cacher-ng (Ubuntu) Status: New => Confirmed -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1826405

[Bug 1826405] Re: Repeatedly "storage error [503 Inconsistent file state], last errno: File exists

2019-06-12 Thread Emmanuel Fusté
Same bug different cause: VfileUseRangeOps: 0 is no longer usable. Ubuntu dis-upgrader-all tar.gz files (for do-release-upgrade) always trigger the same bug with the "storage error [503 Inconsistent file state], last errno: File exists". As our proxys seems to be fixed regarding if-range

[Bug 1826405] Re: Repeatedly "storage error [503 Inconsistent file state], last errno: File exists

2019-05-16 Thread Paul Boven
Further analysis shows that this problem is due to a fun interaction between lighttpd an ACNG. We use lighttpd to serve a local Debian/Ubuntu package repository. In about half the cases where we run 'apt update', it will fail with error 503 on the 'Release' file of such a repository. What happens