Am Montag, 15. Mai 2017, 22:06:13 CEST schrieb Mikhail Kasimov:
I'm talking about that RSS-chanel sends its
messages in case, when one
and/or couple of services are down, but not in case, when these
services are up again. Will be nice to have RSS-messages, also when
broken services become normal back.
It looks like the status.opensuse.org
RSS feed doesn't deliver what you
The problem is that the RSS feed includes only incidents, but not
updates to those incidents - and the "fixed" info of course was an update
to the incident. (Also, the RSS feed won't give you any information if a
component status gets changed without creating an incident.)
I agree that it would make sense to deliver the incident updates in the
RSS feed, so your feature request is perfectly valid.
As a workaround, we could create a new incident instead of adding a
"fixed now" update to the existing one, but this doesn't feel right.
I checked the Cachet documentation and the web interface and didn't see
any option to include incident updates in the RSS feed.
@Lars: Did I overlook something? If not, I'll open a feature request at
In the meantime, I can recommend to subscribe to the mail notifications.
You'll get notified about _all_ updates ;-)
Ich hätte auch nie geglaubt, das es 10 Minuten dauern
kann, bis jemand
ohne Fehler einmal ein lspci -v fehlerfrei eingegeben hat.
Hast Du auch erwähnt,
daß man anschließend die RETURN-Taste drücken muß?
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