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Calipso is a simple NodeJS content management system, built along similar themes to Drupal and Wordpress, that is designed to be fast, flexible and simple. For additional details, including installation instructions, please visit the home page: If you would like to contribute, please take a look at the issues list as this will have the most up to date view of work that needs to be done for the next minor release. Otherwise, please just pm myself (cliftonc), dennis (dennishall) or dale (dtan) and we can suggest some places for you to start.
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I have a weird problem using asyncio and aiohttp. I may be experiencing race condition. I am running this async function cvim_vlan_list twice from loop with different x variable. But what I am experiencing is that token I get from first await within the function is somehow rewritten in the middle of the code - the means cvim_headers object is the same which shouldnt be. I put comments next to the code. I have really no clue why the value is rewritten.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-27 at 13:15
You are using something called
self.constants.cvim_headers. Presumably this is a dictionary (containing some default headers). In
cvim_vlan_list you do this with it
Yesterday we lost contact with 10 identically configured servers, after some investigation the conclusion was that a reboot after security updates had failed.
We have so far not been able to get any of the servers back online, but were lucky enough to be able to reinstall the instances without data loss.
I will paste the console log below, can anyone help me determine the root cause and perhaps give me some advice on if there is a better way to configure the server to make recovery easier (like getting past the "Press Enter to continue." prompt, that it seems to hang in).
The full log is too big for SO, so I put it on pastebin and pasted a redacted version below. I have removed the escape sequences that colorize the output and removed some double new lines, but besides that it is complete....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-30 at 11:21
Ok, shortly after posting we figured it out. Seems like a mount point has changed (I expect due to a linux kernel update) and we have not used the nofail option in /etc/fstab as described in the aws knowledge center, this caused the server to hang at boot.
Going forward we will also ensure we use UUID mounting so we are independent on the device naming in /dev/.
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