[Systems] Pootle migration

Chris Leonard cjlhomeaddress at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 13:08:50 EST 2012


Pootle is back and operating fine.  I am going through and triggering a
rescan of files to make some visual error indications go away, but that is
a minor thing.

Sometimes languages have a little orange circle with an exclamation point
in the UI, sometimes the word count looks off when this happens.  Doing an
"Update from templates" or a "Rescan project files" does a refresh of the
stats on that lang/project pair and causes the error indication to go away.

I suspect all of this is due ot the stats regeneration for the database
taking an ungodly long time, or perhaps even failing, but it is no great
tragedy and I can fix it up via the UI.

Bernie, I know you hate Django apps and Pootle in particular, but we
shouldn't have to go through this again anytime soon hopefully, and the
Translation Team thanks you for your time and effort in moving Pootle to
it's new home.  You can go back to ignoring it now :-)

Sugar Labs Translation Team Coordinator

On Tue, Feb 14, 2012 at 9:46 AM, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at sugarlabs.org>wrote:

> On Tue, 2012-02-14 at 02:46 -0500, Chris Leonard wrote:
> > Dear Localizers,
> >
> > Pootle has been migrated, but it is still acting a little funny.
> >
> > I think we've seen this before and if I remember, it was a question of
> > letting it finish refreshing the database statistics.
> >
> > Please be patient and the Systems Team will take another look at it in
> > the morning.  I'll send out another message in 8 hours or so after
> > some sleep.
> It still hasn't recovered :-(
> I have no idea why it's behaving differently: all we did is move it to a
> different place. The kernel is slightly newer and the number of
> processors is also different. Maybe it's a threading bug?
> (rant on Pootle's obscure design edited)
> --
> Bernie Innocenti
> Sugar Labs Infrastructure Team
> http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Infrastructure_Team
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