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git pull fails from elpa.gnu.org

Stefan Monnier
The cron job on elpa.gnu.org is having trouble that I don't understand.
More specifically, it does:

    + cd ../elpa
    + git pull
    fatal: unable to access 'https://git.savannah.gnu.org/r/emacs/elpa/': The
    requested URL returned error: 502

The weird thing is that when I ssh into elpa.gnu.org and run the exact
same command, the `git pull` works without a hitch.

Any idea what might be going on and how I could try and track it down or
(even better) fix it?  I'm getting a bit tired of playing the "human
cron job".


        Stefan


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Re: git pull fails from elpa.gnu.org

Andreas Schwab-2
On Nov 30 2019, Stefan Monnier wrote:

> The cron job on elpa.gnu.org is having trouble that I don't understand.
> More specifically, it does:
>
>     + cd ../elpa
>     + git pull
>     fatal: unable to access 'https://git.savannah.gnu.org/r/emacs/elpa/': The
>     requested URL returned error: 502
>
> The weird thing is that when I ssh into elpa.gnu.org and run the exact
> same command, the `git pull` works without a hitch.

Perhaps a transient error on the server.  Have you tried using a
different time to run the cron job?

Andreas.

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Re: git pull fails from elpa.gnu.org

Eli Zaretskii
On December 1, 2019 11:23:21 AM GMT+02:00, Andreas Schwab <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On Nov 30 2019, Stefan Monnier wrote:
>
> >     + cd ../elpa
> >     + git pull
> >     fatal: unable to access
> 'https://git.savannah.gnu.org/r/emacs/elpa/': The
> >     requested URL returned error: 502
> >
> Perhaps a transient error on the server.  Have you tried using a
> different time to run the cron job?


 It's transient and intermittent: can be OK now and fail 5 min after that.  I saw it already several times today, and not just with ELPA, with the Emacs repisitory as well.

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Re: git pull fails from elpa.gnu.org

VanL
Eli Zaretskii <[hidden email]> writes:


>> Perhaps a transient error on the server.  Have you tried using a
>> different time to run the cron job?
>
>
>  It's transient and intermittent: can be OK now and fail 5 min after
> that.  I saw it already several times today, and not just with ELPA,
> with the Emacs repisitory as well.

ISOC sold .org to Ethos Capital for $1B+ ; could the observed
unreliability be due to handover teething problems?

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Re: git pull fails from elpa.gnu.org

Stefan Monnier
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>> The cron job on elpa.gnu.org is having trouble that I don't understand.
>> More specifically, it does:
>>
>>     + cd ../elpa
>>     + git pull
>>     fatal: unable to access 'https://git.savannah.gnu.org/r/emacs/elpa/': The
>>     requested URL returned error: 502
>>
>> The weird thing is that when I ssh into elpa.gnu.org and run the exact
>> same command, the `git pull` works without a hitch.
> Perhaps a transient error on the server.

It runs twice daily and failed systematically on both runs for more than
a week, whereas it has succeeded every time I ran it manually.

> Have you tried using a different time to run the cron job?

Not yet, but it's worth a try,


        Stefan


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Re: git pull fails from elpa.gnu.org

Andreas Schwab-2
https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/savannah-users/2019-12/msg00001.html

Andreas.

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Glenn Morris-3
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