On 11638 March 1977, Adeodato Simó wrote: > Once britney moves to 4 runs/day, it'll start at 4/10/16/22 (it's 10/20 > at the moment). Britney, unfortunately, and until we get a better > version running, has a very variable runtime. I don't know if what DSA > asked for was "set-in-stone time slots", but there are going to be days > when Britney ends minutes before the next dinstall. (¹) No. The timeslots are meant to be flexible and mostly time ranges in which DSA does not need to hunt down an ftpmaster and a release team member just to get an OK for a reboot. But instead can just take look if something unusual is running (like a python process from britney eating all memory for a long time), and if not can just reboot without asking us. > OTOH, regarding when people are working on the machine, I think that if > reboots are wall'ed with some padding, that's reasonable instead of > always having to ask on IRC. IRC can still be used if a quicker reboot > is needed, or as a nicety. Yeah, but timeslots also tell you when no normal large "dont disturb this please" cronjob is meant to be running. -- bye, Joerg <dloer> Joey was bist du eigentlich offiziell im debian projekt genau?
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