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Message 533807 - Posted: 19 Mar 2007, 21:15:30 UTC
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Due to continuing illness and some compilation snags, the move from kryten to bruno waits another day. We need to rebuild many backend processes on linux (whereas they are currently compiled/running under solaris). One of them is a fastcgi-enabled file upload handler. Won't compile. Jeff and Dave are hammering on this right now. However, over the weekend Eric moved the physical upload directories onto bruno - now they are no longer directly attached to kryten. So bruno is doing something helpful at this point. The first step of many in this transition process.

Nothing else of note. Shipping blank data drives to Arecibo, general meeting, and other post-weekend chores ate up most of the day so far.

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Message 533815 - Posted: 19 Mar 2007, 21:46:37 UTC - in response to Message 533807.  

Due to continuing illness and some compilation snags, the move from kryten to bruno waits another day. We need to rebuild many backend processes on linux (whereas they are currently compiled/running under solaris). One of them is a fastcgi-enabled file upload handler. Won't compile. Jeff and Dave are hammering on this right now. However, over the weekend Eric moved the physical upload directories onto bruno - now they are no longer directly attached to kryten. So bruno is doing something helpful at this point. The first step of many in this transition process.

Nothing else of note. Shipping blank data drives to Arecibo, general meeting, and other post-weekend chores ate up most of the day so far.

- Matt

Well, some good news none the less. Thanks for the update's Matt. Very much appriciated. :-)

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Message 533816 - Posted: 19 Mar 2007, 21:55:11 UTC


Due to continuing illness and some compilation snags, the move from kryten to bruno waits another day


'ere's hopin' You feel better Sir!!!

as 4 bruno . . . 'ell just be rEady whEn 'e's rEady . . . ;)

Good News - Thanks 4 thE Post Matt . . .

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Message 533817 - Posted: 19 Mar 2007, 21:57:36 UTC - in response to Message 533807.  

Due to continuing illness and some compilation snags, the move from kryten to bruno waits another day. We need to rebuild many backend processes on linux (whereas they are currently compiled/running under solaris). One of them is a fastcgi-enabled file upload handler. Won't compile. Jeff and Dave are hammering on this right now. However, over the weekend Eric moved the physical upload directories onto bruno - now they are no longer directly attached to kryten. So bruno is doing something helpful at this point. The first step of many in this transition process.

Nothing else of note. Shipping blank data drives to Arecibo, general meeting, and other post-weekend chores ate up most of the day so far.

- Matt


Matt,

The server status page shows a fast growing backlog of workunits/results waiting for deletion. Can you take a look at it?

Thanks, Henk
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Message 533839 - Posted: 19 Mar 2007, 23:10:37 UTC - in response to Message 533817.  

The server status page shows a fast growing backlog of workunits/results waiting for deletion. Can you take a look at it?


Thanks.. It is indeed being looked at. Most likely due to hosting the result directories on a machine (bruno) other than the result upload server itself (currently kryten), as expected.

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