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Unable to quiet rpmbuild

I think the request is quite clear — a way to disable verbose mode. I want stderr to have useful messages, not forced debug info that’s impossible to disable. My builds are automated and rarely fail. If it does fail, I’ll want to re-run it manually anyway.

What you’re saying makes sense, but it should be up to the user how the software operates. That shouldn’t need a use case to justify, especially for a change that‘s going to amount to maybe a dozen lines including tests. I’d gladly contribute the code if I could write C to professional standards.

Created at 2 weeks ago

fix incorrect ext name

Created at 2 weeks ago
Unable to quiet rpmbuild

The default %___build_pre macro uses the value of the built-in %verbose macro to see if set -x should be included in the build script. However according to code comments, "rpmbuild runs in verbose mode by default." The end result of this is that rpmbuild is always excessively noisy on stderr, with the only remedy being to completely silence it using --quiet or override the (very long) value of the %___build_pre macro.

Assuming that a) I'm not misunderstanding something (AFAIK there's no way to override the value of this macro) and b) that there's no desire to change the default behaviour, the solution seems to be the addition of a --no-verbose option to rpmbuild.

Created at 3 weeks ago
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Verify otp backward compatibility broken with v.6.39.0

Just for the record, changing method signatures in a minor version change is some bullshit. Just glad I spotted this before pushing out changes to production.

Created at 1 month ago
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Several wrong and outdated links on "CSS interface" page

@teoli2003 understood, thanks.

Created at 1 month ago
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Several wrong and outdated links on "CSS interface" page

@teoli2003 why was this closed? All the links to CSS draft specs across the entire site are broken. Shouldn't this be fixed? See also:

  • https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/AnimationEvent#specifications
  • https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/CSS#specifications
  • https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/TransitionEvent#specifications
Created at 1 month ago
Dark mode is not supported

I'm using this version of the close vote request generator as the main branch code isn't working. My browser is in dark mode, and text in the dialog is not visible for me:

Created at 1 month ago
Dark mode is not supported

Started working a while ago

Created at 1 month ago
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Missing documentation.

I haven't regularly used HPE switches in 3-4 years, but it was well after the Aruba rebranding. The underlying OS didn't change from ProVision so I'd be surprised if the commands from this old module all worked without issue.

Agree that tweaking the existing code to support current switches is the way to go; I expect there's little call for support of the mobility access switches and controllers these days. Really though the whole Rancid codebase needs a ground-up rewrite. To call this software dated would be an understatement of epic proportions; architecturally, it's almost unchanged since it was written > 20 years ago. I too would be unenthusiastic about maintaining it!

BTW the current switches are identified as running "AOS-S" as in these release notes for example.

Created at 2 months ago

Update README.md

Created at 2 months ago
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Missing documentation.

Oh I hadn't realized they'd taken the ArubaOS name and applied it to the HP line. That seems needlessly confusing. I'll try to put some more clarification into the readme (beyond listing what models I wrote the script for.)

Created at 2 months ago
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Missing documentation.

That’s because the 2930 is an HP switch. As the readme says, this script is for old ArubaOS switches; I don’t even know if they’re still making them. I’ve since moved on to Ruckus switches (which are actually Brocade, which used to be Foundry!)

On Jul 15, 2022, at 3:40 AM, pvdmarel @.***> wrote:  I was initially hoping this would work out of the box for the Aruba 2930M devices currently in use at our company, and I did find a few things that should go into some documentation, at least in my opinion. The clogin causes a TimeOut and rancid causes an "End of run not found". For the Aruba 2930 devices the script used is hrancid and the login to be used is hlogin. The cisco style login and script don't work. Example:

ArubaOS device

aruba;script;hrancid -t aruba aruba;login;hlogin

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Created at 2 months ago