etherpad.opensuse.org is extremely unstable
since today morning we can't really use etherpad.opensuse.org. If it
loads its for few seconds and then it's gone.
Example of problematic page from today (page itself was created a week
Seems like old pages are loading relatively well. E.g.
Can you please have a look?
- Status changed from New to Feedback
I have to admit that I have currently not really an idea what might go wrong. With the current log level, there is not much in the logs.
I see an exception for 'TypeError: t.dropdowns is undefined' a value in pad_editbar.js, but this is an internal etherpad-lite function.
What has been changed lately is the enabling of the ether-o-meter.
So my first action would be to disable/de-install the plugin above (you can see the output of this plugin if you check first the link below).
If this does not solve the problem, I need to increase logging, which definitively has a huge performance impact.
So I like to ask back if the different behavior of loading old and new pages with different speed is still happening (especially, if you cleared your browsers cache)?
Etherpad version Version number: 1.8.12 Latest available version: 1.8.12 Installed plugins: ep_br_to_p ep_delete_empty_pads ep_ether-o-meter ep_etherpad-lite ep_font_family ep_font_size ep_headings2 ep_horizontal_line ep_markdown ep_markdownify ep_pads_stats ep_piwik ep_print ep_spellcheck
Right now even openning a brand new page returns error. I've had a chance to test it with a brand new install of Leap 15.3 Beta (as I'm reinstalling relatively often). And same issues persists across installations. I don't see any improvement by using brand new install of firefox.
Not sure if I'm getting the same js traceback as yours https://paste.opensuse.org/78497303 this paste would be from a brand new page generated by etherpad.
Now I got following from visiting our meeting index page https://etherpad.opensuse.org/p/ReleaseEngineering-meeting (doesn't happen always)
- Status changed from Feedback to Workable
- Assignee changed from lrupp to opensuse-admin
It might either be related to:
- some database changes (enocding?)
- DNS problems?
- problems with a specific plugin?
I'm sorry, Lubos, I have to admit that I have currently not enough spare time to debug this further.
I hope to find some time at the end of next week, but my private schedule is currently filled up with other "high priority" items. Maybe there's another volunteer, who can step in and check in the meantime?
Thank you Lars,
we'll meanwhile use a replacement