Filing bugs on Landfill; upgrading Perl on Landfill
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Sun Dec 7 13:45:31 UTC 2014
Frédéric Buclin wrote:
> landfill is at landfill.bugzilla.org, so its domain name is bugzilla.org
> and we already have a bugzilla.org component. No need for another component.
Yep, use that and if it's something urgent, ping me over on irc to look
at the problem. Justdave can also help but if it's something wrong at
hw/vmware/console level, then a Mozilla IT (or whatever their name is
these days) is the ones to contact via their own BMO product.
>> I ask because bugzilla-tip is down
> Then just file a bug under the bugzilla.org component, or ask wicked
Yes, please, gerv, ask me before doing massive infra related changes.
There are lot of things going on that unfortunately are only known by me
as there has not been anybody else working on these things..
>> [Sat Dec 06 14:16:49 2014] [error] [client 18.104.22.168] Perl v5.10.1
>> required--this is only v5.8.8, stopped at
>> We need to upgrade the Perl on the box.
> So someone messed landfill again, because bugzilla-tip was already
> running Perl 5.10.1 for more than 2 years.
Looks like somebody blew away all local changes on the tip installs. It
was changed to run a custom Perl 5.10.1 install on the system using the
official instructions available on Bugzilla FAQ.
Whoever messed with its git checkout is free to learn how to do that and
cleanup the mess or ask me to do it for them.
Otherwise, landfill is due to get replaced with a CentOS 6 that has Perl
5.10.1 as a system level component so that these shenanigans are not
This is also shows what's the problem with requiring too new stuff..
"Anything is possible but probabilities vary."
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