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Thank you, and have fun making Tools! --StrikerBot (talk) 14:14, 12 April 2021 (UTC)


Reverted edit to lighttpd docs

I reverted your edit to Help:Toolforge/Web/Lighttpd. The edit may match what you feel you observed, but I disagree with your conclusion of the underlying problem. webservice restart does one of two things depending on which backend is in use. When the backend is Kubernetes, it will delete the Pod object (runtime container) and let the ReplicaSet recreate it. When the backend is grid engine, it will qdel the current job and then start a new one. In both cases a fresh lighttpd process is spawned which involves reparsing $HOME/.lighttpd.conf if it exists. If you have a reproducible error case showing the problem that led to your edit, a Phabricator task would be a good way to report the problem so myself and others can help debug. -- BryanDavis (talk) 21:46, 1 February 2022 (UTC)

@BryanDavis: Alrighty then, will try to get it reproduced. Thanks for the notice! Chlod (say hi!) 23:14, 1 February 2022 (UTC)