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Re: [opensuse] bugzilla unavailability rant
  • From: Wolfgang Rosenauer <wolfgang@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2006 22:29:06 +0100
  • Message-id: <4585B6A2.5050504@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Felix Miata wrote:
> On 2006/12/17 14:36 (GMT-0600) Jon Nelson apparently typed:
>> 6 of the last 7 times I have tried to access it has
>> been inoperative. This, for me, has been an ongoing problem since before
>> 10.2 was released. I try to do my part and file bugs so that they can
>> get fixed and improve the quality of the SUSE and OpenSUSE products, but
>> I cannot do this if bugzilla is down more often than not.
>> Please, Novell, try to keep your bug tracking system up, it should be
>> more than a little embarrasing that one of the largest tech companies in
>> the world has a bug tracking system which is unavailable as often as
>> this one appears to be.
> What you might be seeing is incompatibility between your choice of
> browser and the way Novell's bugzilla https is configured. What browser
> and version are you using? Take a look at
> for the issues.
> Every first time after browser session opening that I try to access it
> it always takes at least 15 seconds before anything happens, but after
> that point, everything is fine until I restart the browser again.
> Probably a better place to discuss this is either the opensuse-factory
> list or by filing a new bugzilla bug.

If it turns out the problem is the iChain TLS issue please don't file
another bug in Novell's bugzilla. It's already reported since quite some
time. A (not really nice) workaround is to disable TLS in the
preferences and only keep SSL3 enabled.

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