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Tim Serong

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  • mgr (Developer, Reporter, Backporter, 02/28/2017)

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06/06/2018

10:58 AM mgr Bug #24282: mgr segfaults on create-self-signed-cert
Ignore the "Module 'dashboard' has failed: cannot import name UiApiController" error - I had some stale .pyc files ly...
10:31 AM mgr Bug #24282: mgr segfaults on create-self-signed-cert
I've tried to reproduce this on the current master, plus also the current mimic branch, and everything seems to be wo...

04/11/2018

10:33 AM Ceph Revision f3aadbf6 (ceph): doc/mgr: Add limitations section to plugin guide
Signed-off-by: Tim Serong <tserong@suse.com>
06:09 AM Ceph Revision f8a8b7ef (ceph): pybind/ceph_argparse: Fix UnboundLocalError if command doesn't validate
The error case in validate_command() where the command is found but the
command itself is somehow invalid raises an U...

12/12/2017

02:10 AM mgr Bug #22343: Using restful module of Ceph Manager to retrieve Cluster status returns invalid XML
That URL and port looks to me like the old ceph-rest-api, not the mgr restful module (which would be port 8003, and d...

09/20/2017

01:41 PM Ceph Revision 3c640078 (ceph): systemd: Add explicit Before=ceph.target
The PartOf= and WantedBy= directives in the various systemd
unit files and targets create the following logical hiera...

09/06/2017

07:26 AM Ceph-deploy Bug #18164: platform.linux_distribution() fails on distros with /etc/os-release only
Opened https://github.com/ceph/ceph-deploy/pull/453

06/30/2017

07:28 AM Ceph Revision 357dfa59 (ceph): systemd: Add explicit Before=ceph.target
The PartOf= and WantedBy= directives in the various systemd
unit files and targets create the following logical hiera...

06/08/2017

12:25 PM Ceph Bug #20216: mgr: dashboard failure to bind to port 7000 (or whatever) makes mgr exit/fail
Adding the following to src/pybind/mgr/dashboard/module.py "fixes" the problem....
06:44 AM Ceph Bug #20216: mgr: dashboard failure to bind to port 7000 (or whatever) makes mgr exit/fail
I'll try to do something about this. Looks like cherrypy will call os_.exit() if exceptions are thrown during startu...

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