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status: provide initial implementation for checking bot status and request_age() refactor. #1370

merged 5 commits into from Jan 26, 2018


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jberry-suse commented Jan 26, 2018

  • 704fc50:
    status: provide initial implementation for checking bot status.

  • b84beb6:
    osclib/request_splitter: utilize osclib.core.request_age().

  • b8c91ea:
    devel-project: utilize osclib.core.request_age().

  • f11daf3:
    osclib/core: provide request_age().

Basically implementation for our use and Would benefit a lot from openSUSE/open-build-service#4108. Would likely also make sense to provide two threshold one indicating possible failure or high load and the other indicating service down.

Depending on how this could be deployed (if that happens) I can easily provide a subpackage for it.

Example output:

factory-auto = True
leaper = True
repo-checker = True
staging-bot = True

Based on bot activity on requests and in comments.

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@jberry-suse jberry-suse force-pushed the jberry-suse:status branch from cb5d767 to ee4dec9 Jan 26, 2018
@jberry-suse jberry-suse merged commit 574cfe8 into openSUSE:master Jan 26, 2018
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In openSUSE#1370 was broken since it need delta.days and uses
Request class.
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