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Re: gitweb breaks apache upgrade

On 2015-01-08 09:56, Guillem Jover wrote:
> Hi!
> On Wed, 2015-01-07 at 17:07:14 -0800, Jonathan Nieder wrote:
>> Guillem Jover wrote:
>>> In this case though, it seems switching to interest-noawait is the
>>> correct fix, because gitweb just wants to be notified when the
>>> apache2-maintscript-helper program appears to be able to configure
>>> itself, but apache does not care and does not need to await the
>>> trigger processing from gitweb for itself to be operational.
>> Is there a way to tell the packaging system that gitweb is not
>> operational until the trigger runs, without implying that apache2 is
>> not operational until the trigger runs?
> [...]
> But I'm not sure I'm seeing the need for what you request. gitweb
> states that it can use any of «apache2 | httpd | lynx-cur», so the
> interest on the apache2 program is just to get an opportunistic
> configuration in case we are using apache2. Is there any other package
> that would need to rely on an operational gitweb to work itself? I'm
> not sure we usually represent services exposed through a httpd or on
> the network in general as readily available through packaging system
> states. There are so many things that might need to be set up to
> expose the service.
> Thanks,
> Guillem

Hi Jonathan,

Any updates on this bug?  The gitweb trigger cycle is currently the last
trigger cycle left[1].



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