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- 15:59 openSUSE admin tickets #88391 (In Progress): openbuildservice.org SSL certificate is invalid
- actually the cert is fine, the DNS entry is broken and points to the wrong server.
Adrian has already contacted the ...
- 08:25 openSUSE admin tickets #69283 (Closed): "count cache flush assist capability level not supported by kvm" since 20200721 5:04pm PowerPC builders
- closing, I'm keeping track of crashing machines and the rest is handled in the bugs mentioned above.
- 23:08 openSUSE admin tickets #69283: "count cache flush assist capability level not supported by kvm" since 20200721 5:04pm PowerPC builders
- the problem is ... the 15.2 kernel has other issues, it usually just stalls after 48 hours or so without any message....
- 09:52 openSUSE admin tickets #67339 (Resolved): etherpad is down
- https://etherpad.opensuse.org/ shows the maintenance page
- 15:26 openSUSE Leap 15.2 action #56354 (Resolved): mirror the release internally
- yep, already done.
- 14:37 openSUSE admin tickets #62012 (Closed): Wants to identify two Power9 machines in OBS monitor, today marked as Power8
- machines renamed (because it was easy, not because I think it makes sense ... ;)
- 14:00 openSUSE admin tickets #62012: Wants to identify two Power9 machines in OBS monitor, today marked as Power8
- well, actually the machine name was not meant to identify the architecture, that's what cpu flags are for. on other p...
- 10:56 openQA Infrastructure action #61218: ** PROBLEM Service Alert: ariel-opensuse.suse.de/SSH is CRITICAL **
- Added incoming IP of other half of the HA pair of the proxy to the firewall config. Access should be fine now.
- 12:41 openSUSE admin tickets #56930 (Closed): DNS entry for new obs login proxy
- not sure this is the correct target audience, please redirect me otherwise.
- 15:44 openSUSE admin tickets #50852: why typhoon2 not accessible anymore ?
- no idea what's wrong here. in logfile.badhost it has:
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