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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] Hermes code drop in OBS svn, how to set up?
  • From: Martin Mohring <martin.mohring@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 04 Jun 2008 08:45:27 +0200
  • Message-id: <48463A07.8060900@xxxxxxxxx>
Adrian Schröter wrote:
On Wednesday 04 June 2008 01:46:05 Martin Mohring wrote:
Martin Mohring wrote:

the hermes notification system has been added to svn in the meantime.
Currently, the old setup and start method for the OBS does not work

The srcserver gives a message in the logfile:

Notifying hermes at
<rm=notify, type=OBS_SRCSRV_START, dispatches=ARRAY(0x16f2350),
maxchild=20, port=6362, setkeepalive=1>
warning Hermes: connect to Connection refused

2008-06-03 21:34:07: AJAX: bs_srcserver started
2008-06-03 21:34:08: bs_srcserver started on port 6362

Who wants to connect to port 80, and what should be there? How do I
start that? Since the change to ssl, there is nothing on port 80
Not the frontend, not the backend, and the bs_srcserver and the
bs_repserver never listend to port 80.

Also, the workers currently die silently.

What do I do wrong?
Nothing :)

I felt so free to fix this in svn, so worker and OBS are now working again:
- worker directory was missing a symlink for the hermes library

Hm, I am not sure if the worker should talk to hermes at all. It will not be able to reach it in our current setup of at least.
I analysed the code. It calls the notification function, which calls the server only in case it is configured in
So I just switched it off in by commenting out the two variables that activate the notification to the webserver.
- and hermes should be off by default in the config, if hermes server is
not packaged with OBS by default
I also adapted the .spec files in svn which now package the appropriate
files for the specfile wizard and hermes.

k, thank you


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