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Tue Dec 30 10:59:22 EST 2003
stats-html2 is the current stats codebase.
--- "Jim C. Nasby" <decibel at distributed.net> wrote:
> The issue is that I recently setup the web pages with a 30(?) second
> timeout on the database connection. I did this because during certain
> parts of the statsrun some pages/queries will block, so with no timeout
> the system eventually fills up with nothing but people waiting for those
> There are two problems with this:
> - Since I'm not much of a PHP person, I couldn't figure out how to
> differentiate between the different database errors and provide a
> better error message on timeout.
> - There should also be a way to over-ride the timeout on a per-page
> basis so that the static pages that are called and then cached won't
> timeout (since there should never be any lock contention when they are
> It would be helpful if participants would submit patches for these (and
> any other) bugs. You can grab tarballs of the source code at
> http://cvs.distributed.net. stats-html is the web code; stats-proc is
> the processing code, and stats-sql is other database stuff. If you want
> to get a database up and running you'll also want a copy of postgresql
> and some pproxy logs. If you do get stats-proc running locally, please
> document the steps you took and any changes you had to make and send
> them to me.
> Even if you don't want to bother with installing a copy of stats,
> untested patches are always welcome.
> On Wed, Dec 24, 2003 at 10:35:43AM -0500, Daniel Quintiliani wrote:
> > Anyone know why (in RC5-72) the Participating Countries and Prize
> > stats don't work anymore and give a database error? I filed bug
> > and no one replied.
> > --
> > -Dan
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