A Year of Developer Journals with jrnl.sh

Why Keep a Log

2017-09-21 11:38 PROBLEM: Messages do not arrive in message queue. No messages are visible in the message broker admin panel. HYPOTHESIS: The recent update to our auth plugin is stopping messages from arriving, and probably not a network or client issue. Disabling the plugin *should* allow messages to pass through. EXPERIMENT: Temporarily disabling the auth plugin on my development environment. Removing the auth plugin will allow messages to pass through RESULTS: (Logs redacted for clarity) CONCLUSION: The auth plugin (or its configuration) is probably contributing to the issue. Network issues are unlikely.

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Open source software developer covering topics relating to computer programming, computer history and personal productivity. Co-founder @ farm.bot / fox.build

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