Time  Nick            Message
22:25 drab            I've installed from deb
22:24 drab            wizzyrea: I'm on ubuntu 16.04 with koha 3.22.6
22:24 pianohacker     drab: the advanced editor uses a completely different set of code to search Z39.50, so the error is somewhere in the specific part of Koha that does the old Z39.50 search
22:24 drab            sleeping is a good thing :)
22:24 wizzyrea        drab: what os/installation method are you using? I'm sure you've told us before but I've slept since then...
22:23 rangi           no idea, have never used it
22:22 drab            rangi: I believe that, I just can't figure out which one. and also why would the advance editor ignore it?
22:21 rangi           sweet
22:21 aleisha         hoping to be able to come in on Thursday and friday
22:21 rangi           righto
22:21 rangi           hi aleisha
22:21 aleisha         will be on and off today like i have been for the past week :(
22:20 aleisha         hello all
22:17 rangi           it must be a settings thing, i just tested on a 3.22.06 in production, title search for test from LOC, i got 501 pages of results back
22:12 drab            it's the code that somehow, with the settings or somethings, makes the decision that "nothing was found"
22:11 drab            results from LOC come back just fine
22:11 drab            so it's not firewall or proxy or anything like that
22:11 drab            3.22.6
22:11 drab            the same book gets pulled up by the advanced search, but not by cgi-bin/koha/cataloguing/z3950_search.pl
22:11 pianohacker     drab: what version of Koha are you on?
22:11 drab            however I just can't get that to work or understand why it's not working
22:10 drab            and wants the old workflow back with the Z39.50/SRU search
22:10 drab            so the librarian guy doesn't like the "advanced editor" for cataloging, "too complicated"
21:33 kchris__        starting over, I go to apply the patch, but I also get the commit that I added mistakenly.
21:32 kchris__        we got part way there.
21:32 cait            sorry we didn't get it to work
21:32 kchris__        cait: I am going to have to come back to this later tonight...thanks for trying to help me out.
21:25 Francesca       good morning
21:22 kchris          okay.
21:22 cait            checout master... git pull... and then make a new branch and start there again with the patches
21:21 cait            maybe the easist woudl be to start on a new branch
21:21 cait            something has gone wrong there, but not sure whwat it is really
21:20 kchris          so, my bug branch has diverged from origin/master
21:20 cait            sorry, i got a bit lost
21:19 kchris          I guess I should do the git pull first... right?
21:19 kchris          "working directory clean"
21:18 kchris          use git pull to merge the remote branch into yours.
21:18 kchris          and have 3 and 1 different commit each..
21:18 kchris          git status: "your branch and origin/master' have diverged
21:17 kchris          n
21:17 kchris          when I go to attach, it still refers to "Accounts.t does not need MPL" which refers to another bug...
21:15 cait            now try again
21:15 cait            cool
21:15 kchris          "successfully rebased and updated"
21:14 cait            maybe you didn't quite finish before
21:14 cait            see what it says
21:14 cait            try git rebase --continue
21:14 cait            aah
21:14 kchris          actually it's says "rebase in progress onto 6dbceac
21:13 cait            see if that shows your correct first patch before you say y
21:13 cait            git bz attach bugnumber HEAD^
21:13 cait            what we can try also is
21:13 cait            i am a bit of a loss here
21:13 cait            showing the 2 patches...
21:13 cait            so git status is ok
21:12 cait            hm
21:12 kchris          attaching seems to have "moved the starting point" adding a bug reference to 16390
21:10 kchris          ...a different bug
21:10 kchris          git returned "Bug 16390: accounts t does not need MPL"
21:10 kchris          when I originally did git bz attach 9543 HEAD~2...
21:07 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=16390 normal, P5 - low, ---, m.de.rooy, Pushed to Master , Accounts.t does not need MPL
21:07 kchris          But the actual attachment seems to refer to another patch: Bug 16390: Accounts.t does not need MPL
21:05 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=9543 enhancement, P5 - low, ---, veron, Signed Off , Show patrons messaging subscription on holds notification
21:05 kchris          git log shows me bug 9543, which is what I want, and it shows that I signed off on it.
21:00 cait            what does the git log show you?
21:00 cait            let's check first if your branch looks correct
20:59 cait            kchris: it's not a problem, we will figur it out
20:59 kchris          I think I screwed it up.
20:59 cait            are the 2 signed patches there?
20:59 cait            if you do a git log
20:59 cait            hm
20:59 kchris          oh no...it does'nt look like the one I wanted....
20:57 cait            just wondering if it's the correct one you wanted?
20:57 rangi           cool, id check the bug now, in your browser and see if it has the patch
20:57 cait            ther eis a patch
20:57 cait            hm
20:57 kchris          ok. that time, no traceback error message.
20:56 cait            it usually has your marcorgcode i think
20:56 rangi           kchris: or it times out, so id try again
20:56 cait            drab: you need to type it in
20:56 rangi           kchris: you have to be fast
20:56 drab            just got a search back from LOC and trying to save it to catalog
20:56 drab            this is from editor.pl on koha 3.22.6
20:55 kchris          try the "git bz attach 9543 HEAD~2" again?
20:55 drab            any clue what that may be about?
20:55 drab            which is indeed not there
20:55 drab            Missing mandatory tag: 003
20:55 drab            hi, I'm using the advanced editor to do a search and then trying to "save to catalogue", but I get an error
20:54 cait            maybe try attaching again?
20:54 cait            sometimes that happens when you take too long
20:54 cait            hm
20:54 kchris          I guess that attachment failed.
20:53 kchris          git bz edit 9543 allowed me to successfully obsolete 49939, and 49940.
20:51 kchris          it did ask me to attached, and I confirmed. There there was a traceback with wtha a bad status line.
20:47 kchris          hmm. let me see.
20:38 cait            did it ask you to attach - yes/no?
20:37 cait            kchris: not there
20:35 rangi           i can never remember how to switch on caching with plack
20:32 kchris          It may have worked...I see the old patches were obsoleted. I am looking in bugzilla to see if my new one was attached.
20:31 cait            kchris: does it work? we can also do it a bit differently if you want
20:20 cait            hope that makes a difference
20:19 cait            morning
20:19 rangi           morning
20:19 cait            HEAD~2..
20:18 cait            add the ..
20:13 kchris          "git bz attach 9543 HEAD~2" returned "Commit is already in remote branches... Rewrite the commit and and the bug URL anyways?"... not sure about this
20:07 cait            so your newly attached remain
20:07 kchris          Ok. I will give it a shot.
20:07 cait            yep both
20:07 kchris          cait: ok. I am obsoleting the patches that were previously applied by Kidclamp, etc?
20:06 cait            that will attach all the patches at once and then you can use the edit command to obsolete and set the status
20:05 cait            and then a git bz edit
20:05 cait            you can do git bz attach  bugnumber HEAD~2..
20:05 cait            do you know how to do that?
20:05 cait            kchris: yep
19:57 kchris          cait: that seemed to go ok. Now I still need to attach the patches?
19:46 cait            better use e
19:46 cait            not r
19:46 cait            ah sorry
19:46 cait            and repeat that until you are done with the patches
19:46 cait            you can do git commit --amend -s  (first patch) - then git rebase --continue
19:45 cait            and then close the editor
19:45 cait            if you change the pick in front of each line to r
19:45 cait            then you will get some page to edit
19:45 cait            git rebase -i HEAD~2
19:44 cait            I will tell you one way :
19:44 kchris          Yes, I tested both.
19:44 cait            ok, but you tested both - so you can sign both too
19:44 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=9543 enhancement, P5 - low, ---, veron, Signed Off , Show patrons messaging subscription on holds notification
19:44 kchris          Well, it looks to me that there are two patches for bug 9543, the first one was signed off on already. The second one hasn't been signed off on.
19:43 cait            how many patches do you need to sign?
19:43 cait            ok
19:43 kchris          cait: I am working on git.
19:43 cait            or a sandbox?
19:42 cait            kchris: are you working with git?
19:24 kchris          i am ready to sign off on a bug,  9543, but I am a little confused about how to use git to sign off on a bug with more than one patch. I have a read the wiki entry.
19:20 tubaclarinet    Good bye :-)
19:14 kiljab          this probable should not be asked here but i couldnt find else where. Is there a place where i can download old releases?
19:05 tcohen          bye #koha
18:58 oleonard        Bye #koha
18:44 UserNao         hey tcohen... :)
18:44 tcohen          hola UserNao
18:44 UserNao         hello
18:44 UserNao         Hola
18:38 tcohen          i'm probably missing something, but that's how it looked to me
18:35 tcohen          i think it's just a matter to build the query prepending the @attr 2=102 attribute
18:32 cbrannon        It would be nice to have some input on the ranking functionality.
18:30 tcohen          if you choose relevance, it falls back to static id-based ranking
18:30 tcohen          i'm intrigued why we seem not to be using it, probably jcamins or dcook know the answer
18:29 tcohen          the latter is done at query time and gives really better results
18:29 tcohen          http://www.indexdata.com/zebra/doc/administration-ranking.html
18:28 tcohen          cbrannon: i've just read in the zebra docs, that there is static ranking (which uses record id to sort results) and there's dynamic ranking
18:28 cbrannon        tcohen: The last I heard on relevance ranking is that it is a black box function.  No one, to my knowledge, knows how it works.
17:57 tcohen          does anyone understand how we implement relevance ranking in Koha?
17:24 cait            Joubu++
17:24 cait            mveron++
17:04 Joubu           bye #koha
17:02 Joubu           mveron: follow-up added, please add your signoff (or wait for someone else to do it) and switch to signoff
16:55 mveron          Yes please, I'm a little bit short of time...
16:54 Joubu           mveron: I can fix it if you prefer
16:54 Joubu           mveron: looks ok yes
16:53 mveron          Joubu: Is my solution OK? - I will fix the intranet then
16:52 Joubu           mveron: same issue at the intranet actually
16:48 mveron          Joubu: Thanks for checking. I'm not sure if there would be a better solution.
16:48 mveron          :-)
16:48 Joubu           sorry, forget that
16:47 Joubu           mveron: that way, 'onsite' and 'checkout' won't be translated
16:44 huginn          04Bug http://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=16478 normal, P5 - low, ---, veron, Needs Signoff , Translation breaks display of Checkout history in tab Checkouts / On-site-checkouts
16:44 mveron          cait: Bug 16478
16:14 drab            lol, ok, I have backups of the broken db...
16:13 Joubu           drab: I have never done that before, so please test :)
16:13 drab            Joubu: that's great news, thank you, and thank you for bringing up import_batches, I'll clear that one too
16:07 Joubu           and so no, you won't manage to regenerate the data
16:06 Joubu           it would make sense to truncate import_batches as well
16:06 Joubu           and you won't be allowed to revert the import
16:06 Joubu           so it should not break any other ft than the history of your staged MARC records
16:05 Joubu           but when a record is imported, a "Koha record" (biblio/auth) is created
16:04 Joubu           drab: it contains the data you have imported via the Koha import tool
16:03 drab            Joubu: cant the data be "regenerated" somehow? does it break any functionality?
16:03 Joubu           drab: what do you mean by "safe"?
15:44 reiveune        bye
15:44 drab            I can't quite repair it without dropping the table and dumping it isn't possible as it crashes mysql
15:43 drab            does anybody know exactly what the table import_records is about and more importantly if it's safe to empty it? I'm chasing a corruption and tracked it down there
15:43 drab            on a different note, gonna try my luck again about import_records
15:39 drab            not really even a role, just a playbook
15:39 drab            tcohen: I made one for our own deployment, but it's pretty much sticks & duct tape
15:35 tcohen          drab: are you interested?
15:34 tcohen          it is not a bad idea, though
15:33 tcohen          we have a role used to deploy the dev environment
15:32 tcohen          nope
15:32 tcohen          hi drab}
15:32 drab            tcohen: do you have an ansible role to deplo koha that's officially supported?
15:32 drab            morning #koha
15:09 Joubu           tcohen: hum?
15:08 tcohen          Joubu: why do u say 30 secs?
15:08 mveron          cait: I see a problem with the reading history in OPAC (German). In English, I have results in tab "Checkouts", but no results in German in tab "Ausleihen".
15:06 * mveron        waves to cait
15:05 tcohen          magnuse: i merged the anisble into master
15:02 mveron-away     Hi #koha
15:00 huginn          kidclamp: The operation succeeded.
15:00 kidclamp        @later tell mtj can you look at bug 13871
14:54 kidclamp        mtj around?
13:09 tcohen          cait: what's up?
13:09 tcohen          hi marcelr
13:09 marcelr         hello tcohen
13:07 tcohen_         guten morgen
11:48 oleonard        Hi #koha
11:11 tcohen          ok
11:09 cait            ping me later? i just have a quck question
11:09 cait            ah
11:08 tcohen          heading to the office
11:02 cait            tcohen: ping?
10:01 marcelr         cait: hopefully later this week..
09:59 cait            marcelr, Joubu - could you take a look at those?
09:59 cait            I tried to clean up the bugs in the pqa list - but from the remaining 5 i can't do 3 because I wrote/tested them
09:58 cait            hi Joubu
09:49 Joubu           hi cait
09:48 cait            super busy today
09:48 * cait          waves
09:47 reza            opac-export.pl: Wide character in print at /usr/share/koha/opac/cgi-bin/opac/opac-export.pl line 116.
09:46 reza            [
09:46 reza            [Sun May 08 06:54:16.616574 2016] [cgi:error] [pid 17119] [client] AH01215: [Sun May  8 06$
09:46 reza            [Sun May 08 06:54:16.616453 2016] [cgi:error] [pid 17119] [client] AH01215: [Sun May  8 06$
09:46 reza            [Sun May 08 06:54:16.616281 2016] [cgi:error] [pid 17119] [client] AH01215: [Sun May  8 06$
09:46 reza            [Sun May 08 06:51:11.511223 2016] [cgi:error] [pid 17097] [client] AH01215: [Sun May  8 06:5$
09:44 reza            from opac-error.log
09:44 Joubu           from the reindex?
09:43 reza            I had 1.5 GB error file :-D
09:43 reza            so I'm gonna index again
09:42 Joubu           but if you are using the debian packages I imagine the version should be ok
09:41 Joubu           It may be caused by the version of Zebra you use
09:41 Joubu           I would fully reindex zebra and make sure there is no error
09:41 reza            after I have upgraded. but if you think reindexing will help I will do that
09:41 Joubu           you told me you did it :)
09:40 reza            Do you think I should fully rebuild zebra?
09:40 reza            yes,
09:39 Joubu           did you upgrade via the debian packages?
09:39 Joubu           reza: it seems that zebra returns an invalid record
09:38 marcelr         hi cait
09:38 reza            Do you know why am I getting this error? :-?
09:37 cait            hi all
09:36 Joubu           you should use plack :)
09:35 reza            just search "php 7"
09:35 reza            check this
09:35 reza            http : // opac . apiit .edu  .  my
09:35 reza            yes, i did
09:35 Joubu           Did you fully reindex Zebra?
09:34 reza            0_o
09:34 reza            I have 180 MB of logs
09:34 Joubu           .06? :)
09:34 reza            yes . 3.22
09:34 reza            the funny part is when i search some specific words it shows error in opac page. the other error I have mentioned is in the log
09:34 Joubu           3.22.06?
09:33 reza            I have updated about a week ago
09:33 reza            latest
09:31 Joubu           reza: which Koha version do you use?
09:31 reza            Can't call method "raw" on an undefined value at /usr/share/koha/lib/C4/Search.pm line 798.
09:30 reza            I'm getting an error from search
09:00 Joubu           paul_p: yep
08:51 huginn          magnuse: The current temperature in Bodo, Norway is 6.0°C (10:20 AM CEST on May 09, 2016). Conditions: Mostly Cloudy. Humidity: 87%. Dew Point: 4.0°C. Windchill: 3.0°C. Pressure: 30.39 in 1029 hPa (Steady).
08:51 magnuse         @wunder boo
08:45 huginn          marcelr: The operation succeeded.
08:45 marcelr         @later tell tcohen: About "You do not have upload_path in koha-conf.xml at t/db_dependent/Upload.t line 44": would you rather remove these two warns there?
08:44 marcelr         hi magnuse
08:34 * magnuse       waves
07:50 marcelr         hi #koha
07:32 paul_p          Joubu dans le coin ?
07:20 * dcook         waves goodnight
06:58 alex_a          bonjour
06:49 reza            Can't call method "raw" on an undefined value at /usr/share/koha/lib/C4/Search.pm line 798.
06:49 reza            Error:
06:49 reza            <reza> Can't call method "raw" on an undefined value at /usr/share/koha/lib/C4/Search.pm line 798.Hi, I am getting an error after searching in opac side.
06:49 reza            <reza>  Error:
06:49 reza            <reza> Can't call method "raw" on an undefined value at /usr/share/koha/lib/C4/Search.pm line 798.Hi, I am getting an error after searching in opac side.
06:49 reza            <reza>  Error:
06:49 reza            <reza> Can't call method "raw" on an undefined value at /usr/share/koha/lib/C4/Search.pm line 798.Hi, I am getting an error after searching in opac side.
06:49 reza            <reza>  Error:
06:49 reza            Can't call method "raw" on an undefined value at /usr/share/koha/lib/C4/Search.pm line 798.Hi, I am getting an error after searching in opac side.
06:49 reza            Error:
06:49 reza            Hi, I am getting an error after searching in opac side
06:43 reiveune        hello
06:11 reza            Can't call method "raw" on an undefined value at /usr/share/koha/lib/C4/Search.pm line 798.
06:11 reza            Error:
06:11 reza            Hi, I am getting an error after searching in opac side.
03:47 wizzyrea        all software has vulnerabilities.
03:47 wizzyrea        moreover it's on you as the user (or your support company) to make sure you are running the latest patched version
03:46 rangi           we have strong qa processes, and we fix any issues as fast as possible as soon as they are found
03:45 rangi           https://www.cvedetails.com/product/21648/Koha-Koha.html?vendor_id=11706
03:45 rangi           yeah, there are no currently known exploitable issues that havent been patched
03:41 ibeardslee      that's not quite a "Koha is secure" but more Koha has processes for dealing with notified security issues.
03:40 ibeardslee      there was a known issue a while back that had a patch and a new release with a hour or so wasn't there?
03:39 ibeardslee      probably worth doing something explaining some of the stats around fixing known security bugs
03:36 circ-user-YesEm i dont think i am expert testing and finding issue on koha but i wish to see if anyone can tell koha is secure
03:33 wizzyrea        You should run your own tests and tools against it.
03:30 circ-user-YesEm ok
03:27 rangi           you can't prove something is secure
03:27 rangi           short answer is you can't
03:27 rangi           heh
03:26 circ-user-YesEm where can i find the document that prose Koha is secure ?
03:26 circ-user-YesEm hello
03:13 wizzyrea        hi
03:08 circ-user-YesEm [d]
03:07 circ-user-YesEm anyone there ?
03:07 circ-user-YesEm hello
02:07 rangi           and switch it to koha-security from koha
02:07 rangi           you can just edit it
01:49 dcook           I don't really have a security bug to report... rather just to mark an existing bug as a security bug...
01:43 dcook           Hmm any koha-security folk around?