Bugzilla restart - support-list Digest, Vol 14, Issue 2

Marinier, Claude (Contractor) Claude.Marinier at drdc-rddc.gc.ca
Wed Jun 15 12:37:34 UTC 2022

Merci beaucoup.

> Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2022 08:32:48 +0200
> From: Thorsten Sch?ning <tschoening at am-soft.de>
> To: "support-list at bugzilla.org" <support-list at bugzilla.org>
> Subject: Re: best practice  -  reboot host
> Message-ID: <01277208.20220615083248 at am-soft.de>
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> Guten Tag Marinier, Claude (Contractor), am Montag, 13. Juni 2022 um 15:19
> schrieben Sie:
> > I have been searching for a way to show active users so I can reboot
> > the host safely. I have not found a way to do this.
> You can't easily. While you might see some users running long bug queries
> right now based on server load or alike, you won't be able to see e.g. users
> sitting in front of their screen, writing a bug comment for the last 3 hours and
> sending that a few milliseconds in the future. Right after you checked for long
> running queries depending on the load. Bugzilla is stateless web tech, there's
> not much to check for.
> You need to focus on making restarts somewhat fast, scheudling maintenance
> windows and otherwise simply do it. Most users might not even notice,
> depending on how fast your hardware is. Some workarounds are concepts like
> simply not hosting on bare-metal, but some VM and only restart the VM, which
> might take far less time than running hardware BIOS and stuff. Live patching
> gets more and more common in modern OS as well, so that one might not need
> to restart too often as well.
> Don't overcomplicate things, though.
> Mit freundlichen Gr??en
> Thorsten Sch?ning

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