It's Aprils Fool's day tomorrow, but fear not any pranks in the
following lines. Although that's due to my lack of imagination rather
then my abundance of integrity - my plan to ticket all sites with a
business proposition from a dispossessed member of African royalty fell
at the first hurdle - the lack of anonymity means you'd all know it was
me who submitted the ticket, and I'm pretty sure you've all figured out
I'm not a prince of anywhere.
Lets sidle away from my rambling, and towards the tickets. But I'll
leave you with a reminder that next week is the most auspicious of days
- the first Monday of the month. That means no ticket will go unpoked.
34 Open UK tickets this week.
Atlas deletion errors at the Tier 1. Alastair posted a good explanation
of the problem and some mitigation details, but atlas would like an
update. On hold (12/3)
The Tier 1's EMI upgrade ticket. Some false positives on this list,
Kashif asks if the NGI argus is also a false alarm? In progress (28/3)
Tweaking the ARCCE DefaultSE publishing. As a bit of bookkeeping can the
priority be tweaked to less urgent (seeing as the issue isn't causing
great woe). On hold (17/3)
As an aside tickets often are submitted using the default priority of
"urgent" and category of "Incident" - if you catch these in your tickets
then you should feel free to change them.
Sussex's original EMI upgrade ticket (102212) was closed
"automatically"- ("broken ticket - close by Operations Portal"), leaving
this one in it's stead. I'm not sure if the information Matt RB
carefully posted in the previous ticket needs to be cut and pasted over
to here. All seems a bit weird. In progress (28/3)
A couple of Oxford tickets look a bit neglected (one about cvmfs for
T2K, t'other an lhcb/torque problem). I suspect these got overlooked
with the excitement of Pitlochry last week. In progress (21/3)
(Also there's ticket
https://ggus.eu/index.php?mode=ticket_info&ticket_id=102740, which could
either be seen as an annoyingly finicky request or the epitome of a low
hanging fruit, for when you *really* need a win that day!).
Similarly at Sheffield, maybe this biomed "invalid publishing" ticket
got forgotten about on the trip to sunny Scotland. In progress (20/3)
The Sheffield perfsonar ticket. Things just needed finishing off by the
looks of it - let us know if any advice is needed. On hold (11/3)
Birmingham's perfsonar "being weird" (ignoring Bristol), although Matt
fixed it. Just doing the post-game roundup to figure out what magic
actually fixed things, but could do with an update in the ticket. In
RFC3820 proxy problems. The problem is spread wider then QM, and likely
needs a middleware patch or three to solve. Dan and Chris have asked for
a master ticket to be created (failing that some more information would
be nice). Nothing forthcoming from the submitter yet. I think this
ticket has mutated to include the issues from RAL as well as QM. A bit
of a mess. In progress (18/3)
That's all folks!