This task was filed via the "New Bug Report" form.
Mar 13 2021
This is very old and I can't reproduce it, and haven't seen any other reports.
Feb 18 2021
See T13602 for eventual followup.
Sep 1 2020
MYSQL_PWD can be observed always
The main problem here is that command "./bin/storage dump" exposes password on system process list in clear text. It happens due to way the storage tool calls mysqldump command. In my opinion this is universally applicable to every Linux distribution Phabricator can run on.
Aug 12 2020
Internally, see also PHI1785.
Jul 1 2020
PHI1776 is another report of this behavior.
Jun 4 2020
Apr 7 2020
This is very old and we have no outstanding customer requests for ARM support.
Feb 4 2020
See also PHI1628, which reports that a 4MB blob of test details is slow to render.
Jan 16 2020
See T13478 for followup.
I'm also still able to reproduce this specific variant of things, so it looks like I was too optimistic about T13462 covering this in at least some cases.
Nov 26 2019
Can confirm this is fixed. Yay!
I believe T13462 resolved this.
Oct 25 2019
I'm going to merge this into T11535 since it's basically the same issue.
Sep 5 2019
Aug 29 2019
This task covers a lot of ground and many of the issues have been resolved. There are two remaining issues which are more narrowly covered by these followups:
Jul 17 2019
This is super old and doesn't have any apparent reproduction instructions.
Jun 20 2019
We've run instances in the Phacility cluster for a long time now, but this is generally not something we really support or plan to support since there's no real customer interest in instancing Phabricator.
This is very old and it doesn't look like we ever found a working set of reproduction steps.
May 20 2019
Apr 27 2019
Apr 18 2019
Apr 15 2019
D20433 deprecates "Track Only", mooting this.
This is effectively mooted by changes in T13277.
Apr 14 2019
Apr 10 2019
I marked this as resolved in D20384, since that rewrites this interface and solves this particular issue. The new UI is still fairly rough (thus "v1 Major Jank Edition") and has some new replacement problems, but see T13272 for followups.