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From Ross Gardler <>
Subject Re: Cocoon zone services are down again (Was: ForrestBot build for cocoon-docs FAILED)
Date Sat, 04 Feb 2006 00:46:32 GMT
David Crossley wrote:
> Ross Gardler wrote:
>>Ross Gardler wrote:
>>>Bruno Dumon wrote:
>>>>I restarted them now.
>>>>Is it necessary that the forrestbot runs so often? Seems like now it
>>>>runs every 3 hours. IMO once or twice a day would be enough.
>>>No it isn't necessary anymore - was handy when doing the work to create 
>>>the new docs.
>>>The idea of frequent builds is to (almost) immediately show errors in 
>>>the editing which will prevent building the site. But in Cocoons case 
>>>most of the possible breaks (i.e. ill-formed XML) are handled by Daisy.
>>>I'll reduce it to midnight and mid day UTC.
>>Ooops, I can't it's not in my crontab. David, can you please modify the 
>>crontab entry for cocoon-docs accordingly.
> Done.
> However there is another reason to have it build more
> often. It would then detect broken internal links
> and report them quickly, so the user knows that
> they broke it and can fix it immediately.

Daisy handles those too, as long as the links are created correctly 
(i.e. not using, but using daisy:...)

> I am amazed that people want it changed just because
> of a few error messages, mostly for another reason.
> Also it reminds us that the zone services are down.

That's true.


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