Log message #4267824

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# Jul 17th 2021, 12:43 neothermic I've checked the cache file it's downloaded and the file is there and all looks good
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:43 neothermic it's like the extract takes longer than it expects it to, so it's checking too soon
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:43 neothermic nothing looks odd with -vvv, other than the failure generally
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:41 kevin.pfeifer try with `-vvv` and see if you can spot something odd
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:40 neothermic 1.1T left, directory is fully RW just to be sure
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:40 kevin.pfeifer and I guess you have already checked the basics like write permissions of the folder and enough disk space
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:38 kevin.pfeifer you tried to add `-v` (or more v) for vebose output
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:38 kevin.pfeifer mhmm, same for me
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:38 neothermic Composer version 2.1.3 2021-06-09 16:31:20
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:37 neothermic nah, latest 2
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:37 neothermic hmm, did a composer clear-cache and tried again... and still failed
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:37 kevin.pfeifer are you using composer 1?
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:34 neothermic happens every time here ¬_¬
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:30 kevin.pfeifer no problem here for me. Neither with composer 1 nor composer 2
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:24 slackebot2 the same way)
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:24 slackebot2 No such file or directory), uninstalling plugin - Removing cakephp/plugin-installer (1.3.1) Install of cakephp/plugin-installer failed [RuntimeException] Could not delete /vagrant/SomeProject/vendor/cakephp/plugin-installer/src:``` I can see the fact that Plugin.php exists where it says it thinks it's not, so unsure why, but basically I can't progress (and cd-ing into the project directory and running composer install fails in
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:24 neothermic so, trying to do a fresh cake3 install, it seems to be unhappy with execution: I ran: ```composer create-project --prefer-dist cakephp/app:^3.8 SomeProject``` It chugged through, but `cakephp/plugin-installer` fails every time: ``` - Installing cakephp/plugin-installer (1.3.1): Extracting archive Plugin initialization failed (include(/vagrant/SomeProject/vendor/cakephp/plugin-installer/src/Plugin.php): failed to open stream:
# Jul 17th 2021, 12:00 kevin.pfeifer you can also set `stopOnFailure="true"` in your phpunit.xml
# Jul 16th 2021, 21:47 greg138 One of your tests (or the code that it tests) is throwing an unexpected exception. phunit should give you the stack track of where that's happening.
# Jul 16th 2021, 19:06 slackebot2 $this->request->getQueryParams('params');         $this->loadModel('Users');         $userAdmin = $this->Users->get(1);         MercadoPago\SDK::setAccessToken($userAdmin->mp_access_token);         $payment1 = MercadoPago\Payment::find_by_id($mpUrlNotif['id']);         debug($payment1); exit;     }``` this code is sending a 201 response and is showing the debug too
# Jul 16th 2021, 19:06 sebastiansperandio093 I achieved to send a 201 response to the API which is notifying me and after of that response, I can continuw with my work inside the same method... ```public function mpNotification()     {         $this->response = $this->response->withStatus(201);         $this->response->send();         $this->autoRender = false;         $mpUrlNotif =
# Jul 16th 2021, 19:03 sebastiansperandio093 fixed
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:59 tyler.adam.lazenby it just timed out
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:59 kevin.pfeifer what, that phpunit doesn't fail even if there are error?
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:56 tyler.adam.lazenby is that normal
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:56 tyler.adam.lazenby hmmmm but the command is still running
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:56 tyler.adam.lazenby now I see
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:56 tyler.adam.lazenby oh ok
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:54 tyler.adam.lazenby what the heck is that mess
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:54 kevin.pfeifer well ,:)
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:53 tyler.adam.lazenby ```C:\xampp\htdocs\ezBusinessManager>composer run test > phpunit --colors=always PHPUnit 9.5.6 by Sebastian Bergmann and contributors. Runtime: PHP 8.0.3 Configuration: C:\xampp\htdocs\ezBusinessManager\phpunit.xml EREIIIE### hello world ### RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRIIEEEEEEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEWEE 63 / 421 ( 14%) EEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRREEEEREEEWWWWWWWE```
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:53 tyler.adam.lazenby what the...
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:51 tyler.adam.lazenby I am doing this more to make sure that the unit tests are forced into our pipeline since more developers will be coming down
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:50 tyler.adam.lazenby Yes and no
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:45 kevin.pfeifer seems like we both miss-understood the 201 location definition https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4584728/redirecting-with-a-201-created
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:38 sebastiansperandio093 thanks for answered
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:37 kevin.pfeifer but your phpunit tests work without it being executed by the gitlab CLI tool?
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:37 tyler.adam.lazenby I am just trying to create a gitlab CI that will run the unit tests, and run the phpstan script
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:36 kevin.pfeifer oh sorry, 201 should actually do that, didn't know that
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:35 kevin.pfeifer @sebastiansperandio093 a 201 is not a HTTP repsonse which redirects automatically If you just update the location header the Browser wont just go to that location as far as I know You will have to implement some JS logic which checks that location header and then redirects to that
# Jul 16th 2021, 18:34 kevin.pfeifer what "pipelines" are you running here?