|Title:||Can't push changes to chiselapp.com|
|Last Modified:||2021-07-28 15:03:39|
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anonymous added on 2021-07-19 23:39:28:
I've had a chiselapp username for many years - it's the second component (of four) of my email address above. The name of the prime repo is the same as my username.
Recently, I haven't been able to push changes to it - the most recent change showing on chiselapp is from June 20. My local repo has several changes since then, I have autosync switched on, so changes should have been pushed; anyway, I've done an explicit fossil sync and they haven't appeared.
I've created a new repository, named myStuff and executed
After the push command, fossil confirmed it was pushing to https://chiselapp.com/user/username/repository/myStuff, but was silent otherwise.
My new repository is still empty.
Before I executed the fossil remote command above, my local repo was pointing to https://chiselapp.com/use/username/repository/username; the command fossil sync behaved in a similar fashion - i.e. the only output was a message confirming the URL it was syncing with.
I've raised the original sync problem in the fossil forums and the folks there feel the problem lies with chiselapp not fossil.
For reference, my local machine is running Linux Mint 20.2 Cinnamon, and my fossil client is 2.15 [2c6012c4aa].
anonymous added on 2021-07-28 15:03:39:
The problem eventually turned out to be caused by a couple of large database dumps that I'd added. These were sufficient to run up against the standard 512 MiB memory limit.
I eventually spotted some 512 Internal Server error messages; I can't be sure whether or not they were always there and I was overlooking them.