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Hi,

I’m getting failed builds on Seaside for Gemstone with the following error and I suspect there might be a load issue at the SS repo seaside.gemtalksystems.com/ss 
The repo seems to be online as I’m able to connect to it from a Pharo image but it’s going very slow.

--transcript--'gofer repository error: ''GoferRepositoryError: UserDefinedError: data was late''...ignoring'
1148--transcript--'...FAILED->ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI'
1149ERROR 2710 , a MetacelloPackageSpecResolutionError occurred (error 2710), , Could not resolve: ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI [ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI] in cache http://seaside.gemtalksystems.com/ss/MetacelloRepository ERROR: 'GoferRepositoryError: UserDefinedError: data was late' (MetacelloPackageSpecResolutionError)

Maybe the repo should be moved to a pure webdav repo? 
In the long run, maybe moving these to a git repo is the best option?
I can help if needed.

best
Johan

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On 3/24/20 1:53 AM, Johan Brichau via Glass wrote:
Hi,

I’m getting failed builds on Seaside for Gemstone with the following error and I suspect there might be a load issue at the SS repo seaside.gemtalksystems.com/ss 
The repo seems to be online as I’m able to connect to it from a Pharo image but it’s going very slow.
I see that even now and I'm starting to look into it ... interestingly enough ss3 is chugging along fine ...

--transcript--'gofer repository error: ''GoferRepositoryError: UserDefinedError: data was late''...ignoring'
1148--transcript--'...FAILED->ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI'
1149ERROR 2710 , a MetacelloPackageSpecResolutionError occurred (error 2710), , Could not resolve: ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI [ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI] in cache http://seaside.gemtalksystems.com/ss/MetacelloRepository ERROR: 'GoferRepositoryError: UserDefinedError: data was late' (MetacelloPackageSpecResolutionError)

Maybe the repo should be moved to a pure webdav repo?
That's the long term plan .. including SS3, but we have to set aside some time to to do the conversion and provide some warning to current users .... It looks like Paul DeBruicker and I have been the only committers to GemSource in the last two years (GemSource is slow but not down), so we probably can skip the warning period for GemSource....
In the long run, maybe moving these to a git repo is the best option?

In the long run Rowan will make needing to bootstrap from mcz files obsolete --- I expect that with Rowan we should be able to directly bootstrap from the git repositories ... In the last couple of years I moved the projects required for GLASS to github, so the direct bootstrap is pretty close ready --- just need Rowan (which has consuming most of my time for the last couple of years as well:)

Given the number of older versions of GemStone in use out there, we just can't take GemSource offline ...but replacing GemSource with webdav will be good enough.

I can help if needed.

That would be cool ...so I think that we need an mcz scraper script that can be run against the GemSource repository to harvest the mcz files and create a project-based directory structure --- I figure that will be the fastest route. GemSource is running on Seaside 2.7? and I haven't looked at the source code for GemSource in over a decade ... although if you wanted to spelunk around in the smalltalk code for GemSource, I'm sure we could arrange something:0

Anyway, if you've got the time let's work out some of the details off list and I will find out about the timing of setting up an alternate


best
Johan

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Turns out we had a bot slamming GemSource ... some of these bots insist on hitting every url on GemSource and Seaside gives them an infinitely deep site to traverse ...

Dale

On 3/24/20 1:53 AM, Johan Brichau via Glass wrote:
Hi,

I’m getting failed builds on Seaside for Gemstone with the following error and I suspect there might be a load issue at the SS repo seaside.gemtalksystems.com/ss 
The repo seems to be online as I’m able to connect to it from a Pharo image but it’s going very slow.

--transcript--'gofer repository error: ''GoferRepositoryError: UserDefinedError: data was late''...ignoring'
1148--transcript--'...FAILED->ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI'
1149ERROR 2710 , a MetacelloPackageSpecResolutionError occurred (error 2710), , Could not resolve: ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI [ConfigurationOfGsFastCGI] in cache http://seaside.gemtalksystems.com/ss/MetacelloRepository ERROR: 'GoferRepositoryError: UserDefinedError: data was late' (MetacelloPackageSpecResolutionError)

Maybe the repo should be moved to a pure webdav repo? 
In the long run, maybe moving these to a git repo is the best option?
I can help if needed.

best
Johan

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Hey Dale,

Thanks for the intervention and the reply.

On 24 Mar 2020, at 19:05, Dale Henrichs via Glass <[hidden email]> wrote:

That would be cool ...so I think that we need an mcz scraper script that can be run against the GemSource repository to harvest the mcz files and create a project-based directory structure --- I figure that will be the fastest route. GemSource is running on Seaside 2.7? and I haven't looked at the source code for GemSource in over a decade ... although if you wanted to spelunk around in the smalltalk code for GemSource, I'm sure we could arrange something:0

Anyway, if you've got the time let's work out some of the details off list and I will find out about the timing of setting up an alternate

I guess the GemSource repo is running on GemStone ? 
I can definitely give it a try to export the mcz files to disk from a backup of the db if that’s possible.

Once the script is there, it can be done at any convenient time in the future.

Johan

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Hi all,

> On 25.03.2020, at 09:41, Johan Brichau via Glass <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hey Dale,
>
> Thanks for the intervention and the reply.
>
>> On 24 Mar 2020, at 19:05, Dale Henrichs via Glass <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> That would be cool ...so I think that we need an mcz scraper script that can be run against the GemSource repository to harvest the mcz files and create a project-based directory structure --- I figure that will be the fastest route. GemSource is running on Seaside 2.7? and I haven't looked at the source code for GemSource in over a decade ... although if you wanted to spelunk around in the smalltalk code for GemSource, I'm sure we could arrange something:0
>>
>> Anyway, if you've got the time let's work out some of the details off list and I will find out about the timing of setting up an alternate
>>
> I guess the GemSource repo is running on GemStone ?
> I can definitely give it a try to export the mcz files to disk from a backup of the db if that’s possible.
>
> Once the script is there, it can be done at any convenient time in the future.

Been quite some time, sorry.
If I can be of assistance, just ping me :)

Best regards
        -Tobias

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