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The host and jails are being patched, updated, and rebooted.
We are all caught up.
The website is still catching up. One commit took about 12 hours to process and generated a 20GB log file. Ironically, that log file is bigger than the database itself (when dumped to disk as a plain text file).
Why did that commit take so long? It touched 29144 ports. See it for yourself at https://cgit.freebsd.org/ports/commit/?id=305f148f482daf30dcf728039d03d019f88344eb
At present, there are 22 commits in the queue, one of which touches 8873 ports – that might take only 3.5 hours.
We should have FreeBSD ports git commit processing working soon.
ETA 0100 UTC
The newly converted database is now catching up on all the doc commits which have occurred on git. It is also processing the src commits.
The production database has been loaded up into the AWS PostgreSQL server.
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