• 2 things.

    From Melkor@VERT/STARFRON to All on Saturday, April 17, 2021 14:59:18
    I have 2 things happening that most likely are not related.
    After upgrading to 3.19a for linux.
    1. When I ran hatchit.js to hatch the new nodelist for my net the only file it showed was my old nodelist, the only other place that file shows up is when I go to the file areas from webv4 since its still using the 3.18 file areas and not the 3.19 file areas. Thinking that may be the case with hatchit.js as well?

    2. I cant got into great detail since I cleared the logs but here is what I do know. I am using one of MarisaGs free shared servers. With her SMC utility I can go to the logs section and look at the various logs and clear them either seperatly or clearing all. I usually dont look at them unless I see a problem. I cleared them about 4 days ago then I cleared them today. In around 4 days the combined logs grew to about 2.5gb which seems a bit large in that ammount of time. Ill start checking the logs and see if I can figure out which one or ones are growing that big that fast but thought I would let you know about it and see if anyone else has noticed this?

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Melkor on Saturday, April 17, 2021 12:56:00
    Re: 2 things.
    By: Melkor to All on Sat Apr 17 2021 02:59 pm

    I have 2 things happening that most likely are not related.
    After upgrading to 3.19a for linux.
    1. When I ran hatchit.js to hatch the new nodelist for my net the only file it showed was my old nodelist, the only other place that file shows up is when I go to the file areas from webv4 since its still using the 3.18 file areas and not the 3.19 file areas. Thinking that may be the case with hatchit.js as well?

    I have not updated hatchit.js to support the new file bases yet. According to Deuce (the author of hatchit) - it doesn't work and he didn't expect that anyone was using it. If sysops are actually using it, I'll happily update it and would appreciate test feedback.

    2. I cant got into great detail since I cleared the logs but here is what I do know. I am using one of MarisaGs free shared servers. With her SMC utility I can go to the logs section and look at the various logs and clear them either seperatly or clearing all. I usually dont look at them unless I see a problem. I cleared them about 4 days ago then I cleared them today. In around 4 days the combined logs grew to about 2.5gb which seems a bit large in that ammount of time. Ill start checking the logs and see if I can figure out which one or ones are growing that big that fast but thought I would let you know about it and see if anyone else has noticed this?

    There introduced right around the time of transition from v3.18 to v3.19 with regards to closed sockets and JavaScript (e.g. qnet-ftp.js). That bug should be fixed in the current code base. But whatever the cause, the offending log file and lines would be very helpful in determining the fix.
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  • From Al@VERT/TRMB to Digital Man on Saturday, April 17, 2021 13:12:43
    Re: 2 things.
    By: Digital Man to Melkor on Sat Apr 17 2021 12:56 pm

    I have not updated hatchit.js to support the new file bases yet. According to Deuce (the author of hatchit) - it doesn't work and he didn't expect that anyone was using it. If sysops are actually using it, I'll happily update it and would appreciate test feedback.

    I have used hatchit to hatch files in the past. It works like a charm.

    One of the things I need is the replaces keyword (when needed). Only because I sometimes make a mess and I then need to clean up that mess.

    If you do update hatchit.js I can put it to use and give feedback.

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Al on Saturday, April 17, 2021 14:22:31
    Re: 2 things.
    By: Al to Digital Man on Sat Apr 17 2021 01:12 pm

    Re: 2 things.
    By: Digital Man to Melkor on Sat Apr 17 2021 12:56 pm

    I have not updated hatchit.js to support the new file bases yet. According to Deuce (the author of hatchit) - it doesn't work and he didn't expect that anyone was using it. If sysops are actually using it, I'll happily update it and would appreciate test feedback.

    I have used hatchit to hatch files in the past. It works like a charm.

    Okay, get the latest load/filebase.js and hatchit should be working again (with v3.19).

    One of the things I need is the replaces keyword (when needed). Only because I sometimes make a mess and I then need to clean up that mess.

    If you do update hatchit.js I can put it to use and give feedback.

    Okay, I'll work on that Replaces thing.
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