Our first pass at transferring snapshot package files to S3 has finished; I am doing a second pass now (this may take a few days, whereas the initial copy has taken several weeks).
I have found a bunch of files that are not readable:
WARNING: File can not be uploaded: /srv/farm-snapshot/farm-misc/00/ee/00ee42d06e
ef4960162dc1e83cd33aa60728d5c9: Permission denied
These seem to exist across the farm of files. Does anyone know if these should be made available, or if they should no longer be available?
On 17/12/2013 5:01 AM, Peter Palfrader wrote:
On Fri, 06 Dec 2013, James Bromberger wrote:On 5/12/2013 1:54 AM, Peter Palfrader wrote:I wonder if we can somehow, somewhere tag files that we got from non-US or archive.d.o (which also covers non-US) and no other tree. Somebody would have to write code for that.Do you have the source of where the files originated from somewhere? We can add arbitrary metadata as headers to objects if we want to. That metadata tag gets served back as headers when you get/head the object (file).No, I don't. We might be able to extract that from the database. Note however, that a file can come from several different archives.
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