Dec 9 2018
So to avoid queue to be clobbered again: while sleep 30; do clear-video-queue; done &
Dec 8 2018
Backlog has been cleared, but I let this task open, as there is some actionable to follow-up, like write a postmortem.
To detect easily this situation in the future we can use this nagios check:
There are big ffmpeg video rendering tasks currently:
I restarted Sidekiq, it's currently processing new jobs. I'm watching the queues evolution, processed count increases, enqueued is currently stable.
Oct 24 2017
Oct 23 2017
We need docker-compose to process.
Jun 18 2017
Credentials are stored in K103 and documented at https://agora.nasqueron.org/Operations_grimoire/External_services
Jun 9 2017
May 23 2017
In https://social.nasqueron.org/@Kumkum/398092 that works too.
Looks good to me now — https://social.nasqueron.org/@Dereckson/398055
It's easier than that: in most recent Mastodon version, the process runs under a Mastodon user, so it now needs to own the /mastodon/public directory.
I switched the SELinux configuration to Permissive, so we'll get logs, and we'll be apply to apply sand_virt_t SELinux policy to the directories to manage by the container.
Could be a SELinux issue, as the same time in the main logs:
May 1 2017
Issue was the size kept was older logs.
Apr 9 2017
Apr 3 2017
Bad timing, https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/791
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