ubuntu-cve-tracker git https acceptable rate

Asked by Shmuel Herzberg on 2021-06-09

Good afternoon,

In the answer to https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad/+question/696691, Colin had said that if we're going to clone the repo a non-trivial number of times, we should avoid using SSH. I wanted to clarify what would be an acceptable rate to pull the cve tracker using SSH. If I pulled it every 10/15/30 minutes, would that be slow enough that you would feel comfortable with me using SSH? I saw in https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-cve-tracker/+bug/1925337 that the user had done it 2000 times a day, so hopefully my doing it < 25 times a day is acceptable.

Thank you!

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Colin Watson (cjwatson) said :
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Can you clarify the context here? Are you talking about a single client, or are you talking about code that will be embedded in a tool that runs on many clients?

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Shmuel Herzberg (sherzberg) said :
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We'll be running a single client. E.g. if we ran it every 15 minutes, the total number of queries you'd get in a day is 4/hour × 24 hours = 96.

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Colin Watson (cjwatson) said :
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That'll be entirely lost in the noise, so that doesn't sound like a problem at all. (Also, if it's just pulling an existing clone rather than cloning afresh each time, that also reduces the load.)

Thanks for asking!

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