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

Thomas Morton morton.thomas at googlemail.com
Wed May 25 14:57:17 UTC 2011

@Tim: Understood, I'll make sure I know this will work first so as not to
generate work for you. My initial idea might not be so workable given the
architecture used (and how Squid handles error codes). I'll roll up some
servers here at work and run some tests.

@Domos; echoing what Risker said... The intent wasn't to criticise your work
:) just to try constructively suggest improvements to something of minor
importance. Sorry if that intent got lost somewhere in my messages.

As you say; more critical issues appear to have cropped up internally in the
ops team. Don't hold our ignorance of these things against us! We're just
trying to contribute where we can. :)


On 25 May 2011 15:26, Tim Starling <tstarling at wikimedia.org> wrote:

> On 26/05/11 00:05, Thomas Morton wrote:
> > 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 :)
> No, it's private. I can give it to you if you want it, just give me
> your assurance offlist that it'll be worth my time to clean any
> private data out of it and tar it up.
> -- Tim Starling
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