What's working and What's not

Please offer your honest feedback about what is working for you and what is not working so that we can improve the platform to offer you a delightful experience.

Looks like everything’s working for everyone, Nice! :cowboy_hat_face:

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For the last two days I haven’t been able to view any log files from a module, completed or failed. When I click “view log,” I receive a message saying “not found.”

I noticed this forum was down yesterday too so I suspected there was something wrong server side. When will log files be viewable again?

Hi Nate,
forum had a certificate issue which we fixed. I’ll check about the log files and give you feedback:)

Short update. Same with my workflows. Our specialists are investigating that issue. Will tell you when I know more :slight_smile:

Aaaand fixed. Had the same issue. The log-files were created but due to changes in gateway they weren’t fetched correctly. You should be able to see them again. :slight_smile:

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Awesome! Thanks for the updates!

However, I am still unable to view log files, even after a fresh login. I still see “not found”?

Yep. Gone…again. This time I know whom to ask :wink: Hang tight we will fix this.

And back online again. You should be able to see them again. We are running a special configuration this week. This won’t be an issue anymore next week because we will revert back to the original state. Many thanks for your patience :slight_smile:

Even a simple workflow takes extremely long time to execute. For example, I’ve set up a simple workflow consisting of a file upload and an image conversion. Runing this with a 1MP png took over one minute.

Dear Matthias,
Thanks for your feedback! For simple workflows significant time is consumed by compiling the workflow -> we are working atm. exactly on this topic to shorten it drastically. I’ll ask my colleagues about the status. Additionally the resources (CPU/RAM) are somewhat limited during trial. This will be ramped up in future according to the demand (also considering GPU etc.).
Best wishes

Great, thanks for that info. I’m looking forward to test it with a bit more “Schwuppdizität” (i.e. better performance :wink: )