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Nightlies down for now #3628

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cartermp opened this Issue Sep 22, 2017 · 16 comments

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cartermp commented Sep 22, 2017

As you're likely aware, we produce signed nightly binaries that go through the VS update channel.

There haven't been any nightlies this week, despite changes going in. This is due to outages in our infrastructure, which have been affected by the recent natural disasters. We'll close this issue once things are back to a good state.

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@cartermp would it be possible to get a nightly posted manually for now, at something like a once-a-week cadence? The current nightlies have a pretty big IDE issue with regards to loss of syntax highlighting and intellisense.

ylibrach commented Sep 25, 2017

@cartermp would it be possible to get a nightly posted manually for now, at something like a once-a-week cadence? The current nightlies have a pretty big IDE issue with regards to loss of syntax highlighting and intellisense.

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Unfortunately not - our entire ability to produce signed binaries is blocked, because the infrastructure for it has been impacted by natural disasters.

However, you can manually download and install an older version of a nightly from the myget feed at https://dotnet.myget.org/feed/fsharp/package/vsix/VisualFSharp

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Pilchie commented Sep 25, 2017

Unfortunately not - our entire ability to produce signed binaries is blocked, because the infrastructure for it has been impacted by natural disasters.

However, you can manually download and install an older version of a nightly from the myget feed at https://dotnet.myget.org/feed/fsharp/package/vsix/VisualFSharp

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wow.

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forki commented Sep 25, 2017

wow.

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Now I'm surprised too. I'm sorry for the people there.

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realvictorprm commented Sep 25, 2017

Now I'm surprised too. I'm sorry for the people there.

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@Pilchie understood. Based on the fact that the infrastructure is in Puerto Rico, and that Puerto Rico is likely facing months before things start getting back to normal, are we to assume that there will be no new nightlies for at least several more weeks?

ylibrach commented Sep 25, 2017

@Pilchie understood. Based on the fact that the infrastructure is in Puerto Rico, and that Puerto Rico is likely facing months before things start getting back to normal, are we to assume that there will be no new nightlies for at least several more weeks?

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@ylibrach We're not sure yet. Microsoft as a whole has signing facilities in a few other locations world-wide, but the Visual Studio org normally runs through an affected location. People are looking at failover to other facilities, but they are also near capacity. I don't expect it to be weeks/months before we get any signed builds again, but we might not get automatic nightly signed builds for a while, we might only get one-off builds for a while. We'll keep you updated as we learn more.

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Pilchie commented Sep 25, 2017

@ylibrach We're not sure yet. Microsoft as a whole has signing facilities in a few other locations world-wide, but the Visual Studio org normally runs through an affected location. People are looking at failover to other facilities, but they are also near capacity. I don't expect it to be weeks/months before we get any signed builds again, but we might not get automatic nightly signed builds for a while, we might only get one-off builds for a while. We'll keep you updated as we learn more.

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@ylibrach Even if you don't get nightlies this way you can still build Visual F# yourself and install it :)

@Pilchie I'm currently unsure whether we described how to do such clean so people don't face version problems (so far I see in my dev environment the resulting version of the tools would be 42.42.42.42?)

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realvictorprm commented Sep 25, 2017

@ylibrach Even if you don't get nightlies this way you can still build Visual F# yourself and install it :)

@Pilchie I'm currently unsure whether we described how to do such clean so people don't face version problems (so far I see in my dev environment the resulting version of the tools would be 42.42.42.42?)

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Even if you don't get nightlies this way you can still build Visual F# yourself and install it :)

A less drastic solution is to download the CI builds :)

piaste commented Oct 1, 2017

Even if you don't get nightlies this way you can still build Visual F# yourself and install it :)

A less drastic solution is to download the CI builds :)

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Any update?

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chillitom commented Oct 17, 2017

Any update?

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No update right now.

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cartermp commented Oct 21, 2017

No update right now.

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I got a couple of new nightlies Oct, 17 and Oct, 18 (approx).

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vasily-kirichenko commented Oct 21, 2017

I got a couple of new nightlies Oct, 17 and Oct, 18 (approx).

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The signing pipeline is back online ... so the nightlies are flowing again :-)

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KevinRansom commented Oct 21, 2017

The signing pipeline is back online ... so the nightlies are flowing again :-)

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Great, thanks for the update!

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realvictorprm commented Oct 21, 2017

Great, thanks for the update!

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It appears that the signing which nightlies use (not "full signing") is up. Closing this out.

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cartermp commented Oct 21, 2017

It appears that the signing which nightlies use (not "full signing") is up. Closing this out.

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Bananas-Are-Yellow Oct 21, 2017

It still shows a latest nightly build of September 18 for me:

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Bananas-Are-Yellow commented Oct 21, 2017

It still shows a latest nightly build of September 18 for me:

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@Bananas-Are-Yellow There's a small problem in master preventing the nightly for master going out, but the channel itself can now deliver them again.

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cartermp commented Oct 21, 2017

@Bananas-Are-Yellow There's a small problem in master preventing the nightly for master going out, but the channel itself can now deliver them again.

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