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Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Is it normal that 20 hours after, a change

From: Henri Lesourd
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers-public] Is it normal that 20 hours after, a change in my project webpage still has not been propagated ?
Date: Tue, 28 May 2019 22:37:09 +0200

>> [[Henri Lesourd wrote]]
>> I'm working again on a project of mine here on Savannah, and last night, I 
>> changed the webpage.
>> See index.html at:
>> The documentation at:
>> says that after the cvs commit, "the webpages will be updated within an 
>> hour".
>> But it didn't happened.
>> Is it normal ?
> [[ineiev at gnu dot org wrote]]
> No, this isn't normal. I've just committed a change to web pages of
> another group, and it propagated within 2 minutes.
I'm pretty sure not all savannah projects have this problem, otherwise you 
would have spotted it as soon as it appeared.

Thing is, my current project has been created in 2007 or something. So it could 
be that "old" projects like these are managed by means of outdated scripts, 

It doesn't work for updating the website from cvs, but cvs (and svn) themselves 
work perfectly.

As in the case you mentioned, for me too, the commits to the versioned store 
propagate within two minutes (and even, instantly).

The only thing is, it seems that somehow, the next hop, from the commited cvs 
to the web server, this one never happens.

> Please try again; if this doesn't help, ask address@hidden
I modified index.html again 4 hours ago, see:

it changes nothing, you can verify on:

Ok. I ask address@hidden, by means of sending them the present email.

Thank (all of) you in advance,


... in fact I noticed that another html file (ways.html) that I added _4 years 
ago_ seems to never have been propagated. While the .pdfs are available from

I.e., I can't get: (Object not found !)

while I get, for example:

So there could be a long-lasting problem in the way you refresh your webservers 
from the cvs, here (at least in some projects, like mine).

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