[Buildbot-devel] waterfall page link issue, starting point?
nweyer at seas.upenn.edu
Thu Oct 20 20:07:11 UTC 2011
On 10/20/11 3:52 PM, Amber Yust wrote:
> First thing to check - make sure the 'buildbotURL' config key is set
Looks like it was set to
I just tried setting it to:
But the only effect it seemed to have is that clicking on logs on the
'wrong' waterfall page fails. The button behavior is persisting.
> Also, you may want to consider upgrading; your Buildbot version is no
> longer supported. (The most recent we even really attempt to support
> is 7.12; and ideally, you should upgrade to the 0.8.x series.)
*nods* upgrading to a new version is on my to-do list, but it was only a
few months ago that we moved up to 7.6, so no idea when I will be able
to schedule it.. thus hoping there is a short term fix.
That might be relevant. I do not know what the old version was
(contemporary to Dapper Drake), but when we upgraded to 7.6 the new
Thank you for your assistance, it has already given me a place to start
poking at least.
> On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Nathan Weyer <nweyer at seas.upenn.edu
> <mailto:nweyer at seas.upenn.edu>> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am afraid this is a very newbie question, and I might have some
> of my
> terms wrong. I thank everyone for their patience.
> I inherited an existing buildbot install (v 0.7.6, twisted 2.5.0)
> and we
> are having an issue with it that I am having trouble finding the
> starting point for correcting. Essentially....
> It is set up to live at
> If one goes to that page they get a copy of the waterfall, BUT
> on any of the builder links takes the user to something like:
> Clicking on any of the logs in the waterfall correctly goes to:
> If one manually goes to https://foo.edu/buildbot/waterfall they get a
> functioning waterfall page, but there is another catch.
> Going to one of the builder pages lands correctly at:
> Clicking 'Force Build' or 'Ping Builders' works, but dumps the
> user back at
> I am not seeing any obvious in our apache configuration,
> master.cfg, or
> our extensions.
> Thanks to any advice that can be passed back along.
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