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Re: FAS instance on publictest10?

On Tue, 8 Jul 2008 20:51:04 -0400
Ricky Zhou <ricky fedoraproject org> wrote:

> On 2008-07-08 08:48:57 PM, Luke Macken wrote:
> > Hmmm, so what is the difference between the pt10 and pt9
> > deployments? We've been testing the bleeding-edge python-fedora
> > package on pt10, so if that is causing the issues we definitely
> > need to track it down asap.
> I manually updated python-fedora on pt9 to test that as well - so far,
> so good, although I still never figured out what was causing the
> NoSuchTable errors on publictest10.

Well, this morning things started misbehaving on pt9, too...just
differently. :-(

>From web browser, if I go to:

and log in, I get redirected to publictest10!  If I browse back to
pt9, it appears I did log in successfully.  The equivalent thing
happens if I log out from pt9.  

Looking at the /etc/fas.cfg on pt9, this is probably the cause of that:

samadhi.baseurl = 'http://publictest10.fedoraproject.org'

I didn't fix it b/c I haven't familiarized myself with your puppet
stuff yet.

Second, a few minutes ago I was getting 500 errors from
that fas instance when logging in from my app, but now I can't reproduce
it. :-/

Looking at the logs, it looks like the 500 errors are related to this

[Wed Jul 09 14:59:40 2008] [error]     raise
exceptions.DBAPIError.instance(statement, parameters, e, connection_invalidated=
[Wed Jul 09 14:59:40 2008] [error] ProgrammingError: (ProgrammingError)
server closed the connection unexpectedly
[Wed Jul 09 14:59:40 2008] [error] \tThis probably means the server
terminated abnormally
[Wed Jul 09 14:59:40 2008] [error] \tbefore or while processing the
[Wed Jul 09 14:59:40 2008] [error]  'SELECT session.id AS session_id,
session.data AS session_data, session.expiration_time A
S session_expiration_time \\nFROM session \\nWHERE session.id =
%(param_1)s' {'param_1': '620e1904fbcde17dacb96779e77ec9db223

But, like I said, they aren't happening now.  Curious.  Maybe it just
needed a second cup of coffee.



Robin Norwood
Red Hat, Inc.

"The Sage does nothing, yet nothing remains undone."
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