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- Jul 5 2012, 3:43 PM (371 w, 2 d)
May 30 2019
The changelog for PHP 7.3.6 mentions "Fixed possible crashes, because of inconsistent PCRE cache and opcache SHM reset." which might be relevant, but no bug link so who knows.
May 23 2019
Thanks for the review - I dropped in a comment referencing the task when committing so it's clear why this is here when the refactoring comes along 🙂
May 20 2019
Sep 17 2018
Sep 15 2018
As a note, we make quite a bit of use of --arcrc-file currently to "handle" multiple people working as root on dev VMs, but we can probably migrate that over to --conduit-token anyway (although we're a way off hitting this, because as much as I want drafts, other people consider T4678: Support changelist-based SVN workflows in Arcanist and Differential critical and we're on a fork because of that.)
May 16 2018
May 4 2018
My knowledge is centred around broadcast video / IPTV (UDP multicast) rather than HTML5 video, but that seems fairly reasonable. I don't think anything should try and download the file twice unless it is a complete clownshoes implementation that probably has multiple other serious bugs wasting bandwidth. I think the worst case with no type that might be hit here is that the browser could decide to download the entire file on load to figure out the format and duration, rather than starting with byte-range requests, but this is easy to test and unlikely (I'd expect any sane one to always request chunks).
mediainfo is the tool for this, but is really overkill for programmatic use.
Apr 30 2018
Mar 22 2018
Previously, in PHI386, an unusually large repository for the same instance took about 5 hours to git gc.
Mar 16 2018
Feb 22 2018
As a note, pv can rate limit a pipe and is generally very useful all around.
Oct 20 2017
Oct 4 2017
Sep 1 2017
Jul 27 2017
Dummy update for new unit results.
Jul 24 2017
Jul 6 2017
I would accept to have to issue some very long winded command on the console...
Jul 4 2017
Have you tried changing SSH options on your end, such as disabling compression or using weaker encryption ciphers (such as arcfour, no encryption cant be done without agreement of the server)? This can make a significant difference with SSH transfer speeds, and may function as a decent workaround for now.
May 31 2017
May 12 2017
This is not a demo or test install. Please don't make a mess! You can launch a demo install on Phacility if you want to poke around and try things out.
Apr 7 2017
Apr 5 2017
@avivey Trust Email Address is meant to handle that though, is it not? The reported "bug" here is that the email addresses are not being verified when coming from LDAP, not that email verification is required.
Sep 30 2016
You got linked to https://secure.phabricator.com/book/phabricator/article/configuring_preamble/, right?
Aug 19 2016
This is intentional (and not a security issue), the URI contains a security token valid for 30 days (or until the policy is changed).
Jun 27 2016
the -l xxxxx is your configured SSH user, the -i xxxxx is the path to your configured SSH private key (it's written out to a temporary file).
Jun 25 2016
Jun 21 2016
As it says clearly on the home page, this is not a test install - if you want to try something launch a free Phacility test instance.
Jun 20 2016
Jun 16 2016
Jun 14 2016
Paste comment transactions seem to have a borked Feed title here, guessing that's something from this that isn't hooked up yet?
Are your clocks set correctly? The only sure-fire way for special-snowflake-issue support is Consulting.
Jun 10 2016
This is the Phabricator install for Phabricator development, looks like you're probably in the wrong place.
Jun 8 2016
@davidism You probably don't want to be posting full memory core dumps publicly.
Was there any indication that the form wasn't working / wouldn't have worked?
Jun 7 2016
bin/auth recover is a general-purpose flow not specific to this case.
That Test Plan prose diff went very interestingly.
Jun 6 2016
@epriestley am I good to take a stab here at implementing the T3025-like behaviour?
If user is admin and clientProto != serverProto, display notification.
Approximately 5% familiar with Phabricator's JS side, but always interested in poking around more of the codebase - and I'm guessing most of this is gonna be touched in D15961.
Configuring the Preamble script is important for reverse-proxied configurations (you probably need to set REMOTE_ADDR up as well), and required for many things - which is why it is part of the install guide.
We ran into this on a recent install - the fix was to configure the Preamble script to tell Phabricator it was being accessed over HTTPS (else it filtered out the HTTPS notification server) - check to see if "Connected" or "Disconnected" at the bottom of the notification popup (menu at the top of the screen - see this install). If you just get a grey bar at the bottom without either, you're hitting the same case where the client doesn't think it has a valid notification server.
Jun 4 2016
See Configuring a Preamble Script for instructions on informing Phabricator that the client is connecting over SSL.
Jun 3 2016
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Nov 16 2014
Sendgrid han an option to insert an Unsubscribe link into emails, clicking this blocks the email address in the Sendgrid account, it needs to be removed from there.
Nov 15 2014
I'd quite like the option of globally of disabling All Users - much like Public has to be explicitly enabled.
Oct 15 2014
Aug 22 2014
Aug 6 2014
Jul 25 2014
You would need to write a custom solution using Bitbucket and Phabricator's respective APIs, see T3179 for the general case.