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My apologies.

Given how much I use perl and/or perlmonks lately, how my entire ecosystem has changed over the last few years, about the only reliable way to get a hold of me is my nick at Hangouts, email, whatever.

Seems like the coro thread used to update LHoCB gets stuck once in a while, and I have to restart the process to clear it out. I just don't have the tuits to figure out the root of the problem. Maybe I can find time to have it touch a semaphore file or something, even when there's no update required (but one was looked for), and then a cron job to restart it if there's no movement in 15 minutes or something. But even finding time for that will be challenging ...

In reply to Re: Last hour of cb has not updated since Aug 05, 2020. by Tanktalus
in thread Last hour of cb has not updated since Aug 05, 2020. by Lady_Aleena

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