gnome-colors bazaar code import fails

Asked by Benjamin Drung on 2009-07-30

The bazaar import for gnome-colors [1] fails. After some time it dies because of a timeout or connection problem. The last tries died after 200 minutes.

[1] https://code.launchpad.net/~vcs-imports/gnome-colors/trunk

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Launchpad itself Edit question
Assignee:
Michael Hudson-Doyle Edit question
Solved by:
Michael Hudson-Doyle
Solved:
2010-03-15
Last query:
2010-03-15
Last reply:
2010-03-15
Whiteboard:
2009-07-30 Karl Fogel : Assigning to jml for investigation, as I am able to do 'svn co http://gnome-colors.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/' on my local box, so not sure why our vcsimport of it keeps failing. 2009-08-12 henninge : Reminded jml.\n 2009-08-13 Julian: emailed dev team, jml is on vacation 2010-02-08 jml: Investigated, new branch has been created, but is also failing. Assigning to mwh, who'll actually know what's going on.
Benjamin Drung (bdrung) said : #1

There is a regularity (for the last four tries): The import dies after exactly 200 minutes and the last warning printed was:
2009-07-31 17:21:23 WARNING ignored change outside branch: action=D path=u'/gnome-colors' copyfrom_revision=None copyfrom_path=None

Paul Hummer (rockstar) said : #2

The real kicker in the error log is this one:

PROPFIND of '/svn/shiki-colors/Shiki-Colors%20Metacity/xfwm4': 502 Bad Gateway (http://gnome-colors.googlecode.com)

We see this a lot with Google Code. It seems that their servers disconnect sometimes, and we don't currently do a very good job at reconnecting. There is an open bug about this that I'll link to this question.

Benjamin Drung (bdrung) said : #3

I tried to import gnome-colors again. This time there is no "502 Bad Gateway" error in the log. It simply fails with:

Import failed:
Traceback (most recent call last):
Failure: twisted.internet.error.TimeoutError: User timeout caused connection failure.

The import is working now.

Benjamin Drung (bdrung) said : #5

Thanks Michael Hudson, that solved my question.