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wptdriver 298 broke private instances?
09-01-2016, 04:53 AM
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RE: wptdriver 298 broke private instances?
I have failing Chrome and Firefox tests on my private instance with client ami id: ami-4a84a220 in region us-east-1. It started when I stopped all my client instances in us-east-1, when they came back up only IE and Safari tests work now.

I've attached a screen shot of the test result, which states: browser failed to load

Has anyone seen this, or know how to fix it?. I have made any changes to the config files.


(08-04-2016 10:08 AM)pmeenan Wrote:  Some questions to help narrow down what might be causing it:

1 - Is it just Chrome tests that are failing?
2 - Is the server running the EC2 AMI or is it your own install?
3 - If your own install, is it configured to auto-update the server code or the agents?
4 - Are the test agents the EC2 AMI's or your own?
5 - What agent version is displayed on your /getTesters.php page?

There was a agent change ~5 hours ago but it was around how the agents communicate with the server and specifically just rewriting to which shouldn't have any impact on anything but the public instance:

There was also a 297 update earlier today but that was confined to the Firefox extension (it is now signed and required for Firefox 48).

The public server was migrated to HTTPS + HTTP/2 in the last few hours as well but that shouldn't impact a private instance. The only interaction is that they pull agent updates from the public server but it wouldn't impact tests.

There is also a Chrome update rolling out right now (refresh of 52) that might be causing issues but nothing that I have seen.

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RE: wptdriver 298 broke private instances? - dfreeman - 09-01-2016 04:53 AM

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