|15 Aug 2018|
|13:59:57||Maximus||Slipeer: mxisd does implement bulk identity requests|
|14:00:41||Slipeer||When you search for a contact on a mobile Riot, it sends exactly bulk identity requests.|
|14:01:19||albercuba||Maximus: I followed the docs, and dont get it working. Can I show you my conf and maybe you see something wrong?|
|14:01:32||Maximus||yes, and it is implemented (for a long time now)|
|14:01:57||Maximus||albercuba: sure, but in the mxisd room please - #mxisd:kamax.io|
|16:36:59||Alexey Murz Korepov|| |
I can't invite user on my homeserver to room from matrix.org account, in synapse logs I see
How can I lookup from who requests are too many, and tune-up level?
|16:43:41||Alexey Murz Korepov||yes, eg now I try to invite @murz:ru-matrix.org to this room (via "Invite to this room" button in Riot), and got the error in Riot, and no invite seen on my homeserver|
|16:45:34||Alexey Murz Korepov|| |
And seems same thing with other incoming queries, eg
Is there any way to lookup current list of pending Requests, that are "Too Many"?
|17:35:28||Alexey Murz Korepov||Invites from other servers are received succesfully, seems the problem is only with invites from matrix.org server.|
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In reply to @jan.christian:gruenhage.xyz
So I've looked around a bit more, I can't find anything. If there are problems, in the logs, should I find them with this?
that and the other way around (grepping gruenhage.xyz logs for jcg.re), of course.
If anyone has any more ideas why this mightbe happening, I'd be really glad to hear them
|20:38:12||Cadair||jcgruenhage: I had that problem once, the LANs DNS server was not forwarding the SRV records properly|
|20:38:35||Cadair||so it was hitting the wrong port for a few servers|
|20:38:39||jcgruenhage||I have no local DNS server though|
|20:38:52||Cadair||fair enough, worth a shot 😉|
|20:38:58||jcgruenhage||and invites/backfilling should also fail in that case, right?|
|20:39:16||Cadair||one would assume so|
|20:41:56||jcgruenhage||the first thing was in jcg.re's container, the second one in gruenhage.xyz's container|
|20:42:10||jcgruenhage||Cadair: still worth a shot, thanks for the idea :)|
|20:46:26||jcgruenhage||Well, I guess I won't be able to fix this today|
|20:58:40||Alexey Murz Korepov|| |
In reply to @Murz:matrix.org
I have found solution here: https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/issues/1732#issuecomment-269797399
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|21:03:19||Alexey Murz Korepov||So I increase it to 500 and all goes to work well, here is active issue about this problem: https://github.com/matrix-org/synapse/issues/1729 Seems my server is too busy now via back-filling, and drop other federation queries|
|21:05:15||Alexey Murz Korepov|| |
In reply to @cadair:cadair.comAs I understand, the SRV record in DNS is necessary only if Synapse is located in different IP address that domain A-record point to.
In reply to @Murz:matrix.orgOr not the default port.
|21:06:15||Alexey Murz Korepov||yes|
|21:07:07||Cadair||I had both the synapses running on different ports because they were on the same ipv4 address|
|21:07:51||jcgruenhage||I have the exact same thing|