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Reorganize task label colors #1248

merged 6 commits into from Sep 1, 2016

Reorganize task label colors #1248

merged 6 commits into from Sep 1, 2016


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@Calvinp Calvinp commented Aug 23, 2016

Reopening #1162 against master.

To reiterate, task state labels are organized in a more consistent way.

Credit to @kwm4385 for the following organizational scheme:


Green: Task is running and guaranteed to be serving requests at this time
Light/dark blue: Task may not be serving requests, but the state is expected and no action is needed. Darker means the state is terminal.
Red: Something went wrong and you may want to investigate
Orange: Something is wrong but action might not be required on your part
Grey: Task is waiting/not relevent now

cc @tpetr @ssalinas @markhazlewood

ETA - Missing from that chart are TASK_ERROR and TASK_STAGING. TASK_ERROR is red, and TASK_STAGING is light blue.

@ssalinas ssalinas modified the milestone: 0.11.0 Aug 24, 2016
These comments didn't cover a number of edge cases and were very specific to load-balanced requests. Overall I think they would be more confusing than helpful, so going to remove them from the code for now
@ssalinas ssalinas merged commit 5ae3120 into master Sep 1, 2016
@ssalinas ssalinas deleted the reorganize_task_label_colors branch September 1, 2016 13:35
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