Email log errors reported


(Fabian Santiago) #1

Every now and then my admin dashboard tells me I have x number of errors in a 24 hour span. I review the logs and they typically appear as:

Job exception: execution expired		6 Oct 10:17 pm
Job exception: Found two rules with same prefix 'tombstone/'		8 Oct 7:57 pm
Job exception: Filter element can only be used in Lifecycle V2.		9 Oct 7:18 pm
Job exception: Filter element can only be used in Lifecycle V2.		11 Oct 6:34 pm
Job exception: Cannot assign requested address - connect(2) for "email server" port x		We 8:52 am   		
Job exception: Filter element can only be used in Lifecycle V2.		3:15 pm
ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid (PG::InvalidColumnReference: ERROR: for SELECT DISTINCT, ORDER BY expressions must appear in select list LINE 1: ... NOT NULL) AND (invites.user_id IS NULL) ORDER BY CA
3:16 pm		
Job exception: execution expired

Is this anything I should be concerned with? I also run my own email server so I have full ability to review aspects of it as well. I also occasionally reboot it for service reasons. I assume that could explain some of it. Just wondering. Thanks.


(Fabian Santiago) #2

I should also add I allow email topic posting and it does work fine from my experience.


(Fabian Santiago) #3

More recent errors:

Job exception: Filter element can only be used in Lifecycle V2. 3:45 pm
ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid (PG::InvalidColumnReference: ERROR: for SELECT DISTINCT, ORDER BY expressions must appear in

Strange; does no one else’s logs show such messages or is this normal and I’m overstressing…?


(Jeff Atwood) #4

The lifecycle thing is an Amazon S3 versioning issue, and you can fix that via your amazon S3 control panel.


(Fabian Santiago) #5

i have two different s3 buckets that my site utilizes and they both have versioning disabled. is that why?


(Gerhard Schlager) #6

Sam fixed the S3 issue yesterday (Amazon S3 job exception -- Filter element can only be used in Lifecycle V2) and I just pushed a fix for the InvalidColumnReference error you noticed.


(Fabian Santiago) #7

Excellent thanks for the heads up!


(Jeff Atwood) #8

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