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Thread: openqa.opensuse.org server showing 503 for three days

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    Angry openqa.opensuse.org server showing 503 for three days

    why is this? would like to know what actually happened to this server as it seems to be that you receive updates from it after thorough testing.

    please let me know what's happening, i'm quite concerned

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    Default Re: openqa.opensuse.org server showing 503 for three days

    Quote Originally Posted by jshand2015 View Post
    why is this? would like to know what actually happened to this server
    It is down currently, and this hasn't been fixed yet due to holidays.
    https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-.../msg00378.html

    I cannot give you more details, as I don't know what's wrong exactly.

    as it seems to be that you receive updates from it after thorough testing.
    Well, you actually don't receive the updates from openqa.
    But as long as openqa doesn't work, there won't be any new Tumbleweed snapshot either.

    Doesn't affect other repos though, as they are not tested by openqa anyway.

    please let me know what's happening, i'm quite concerned
    You don't have to be concerned.
    It will be fixed ASAP, I suppose.

    PS: You can watch the status here:
    https://status.opensuse.org/
    Last edited by wolfi323; 28-Dec-2017 at 02:34.

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    Default Re: openqa.opensuse.org server showing 503 for three days

    YEAH I GUESS THESE THINGS SEEM TO HAPPEN DURING THE HOLIDAYS. MURPHY'S LAW LOL

    IT IS BACK UP NOW

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    It is down currently, and this hasn't been fixed yet due to holidays.
    https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-.../msg00378.html

    I cannot give you more details, as I don't know what's wrong exactly.


    Well, you actually don't receive the updates from openqa.
    But as long as openqa doesn't work, there won't be any new Tumbleweed snapshot either.

    Doesn't affect other repos though, as they are not tested by openqa anyway.


    You don't have to be concerned.
    It will be fixed ASAP, I suppose.

    PS: You can watch the status here:
    https://status.opensuse.org/

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