[Foundation-l] Scheduled intermittent downtime on all Wikimedia projects on May 24

Thomas Morton morton.thomas at googlemail.com
Wed May 25 14:05:50 UTC 2011

Is the Squid configuration the foundation employs available publicly
somewhere (I'm scanning the SVN and not seeing it..)? Because I don't mind
having a look and filing a specific bugzilla correction with various bits of
code & changes.

It's about time I refreshed my Squid knowledge :)


On 25 May 2011 14:58, Tim Starling <tstarling at wikimedia.org> wrote:

> On 25/05/11 23:41, FT2 wrote:
> > As a non-tech, don't all reads (at least) pass through the squids, so we
> can
> > identify and report in a nice way a lot of connection errors at that
> point?
> > </ignoreifnaive>
> Maybe it would be possible to identify error messages by their HTTP
> response code, and replace the body with some other text, presumably
> with the original text embedded somehow for debugging purposes. But I
> don't think Squid has such a feature, and we have very little
> development time to spend on this sort of thing.
> -- Tim Starling
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