I got this error on a recent bootstrap. I’m using Digital Ocean in SFO3.
"Tasks: TOP => s3:upload_assets => s3:ensure_cors_rules", "(See full trace by running task with --trace)", "I, [2021-12-16T21:19:05.748497 #1] INFO -- : Installing CORS rules...", "Attempting to apply ASSETS S3 CORS ruleset in bucket pfaffmanager.", "At tempting to apply BACKUP_DIRECT_UPLOAD S3 CORS ruleset in bucket pfaffmanager."]
Is there something that could explain this that has a solution?
Hmm. I looked at the settings and there were a bunch of apparently identical CORS rules. I deleted one of them and it deleted all of them. This is a staging server that I have run a zillion (or maybe a hundred, anyway?) upgrades on, so maybe this would eventually happen to everyone using Digital Ocean, but for most people it would take more like 10 years than 8 months.
After deleting the CORS rules, the next bootstrap succeeded and there were then 2 CORS rules in the settings for the spaces bucket. But Look–it appears that the rules are set for
Another bucket in AMS3 that I am sure I’ve bootstraps Pretty Many times has 3 rules like the one above. All for
example.com. I checked
app.yml to see if I was doing something silly (and if I were then it would make sense I would have done it the same way in a bunch of places), but there’s no
example.com in the yml.
On the rebuild, I see this in the logs:
I, [2021-12-16T21:46:58.038151 #1] INFO -- : > cd /var/www/discourse && sudo -E -u discourse bundle exec rake s3:upload_assets I, [2021-12-16T21:47:39.039145 #1] INFO -- : Installing CORS rules... Attempting to apply ASSETS S3 CORS ruleset in bucket pfaffmanager. Attempting to apply BACKUP_DIRECT_UPLOAD S3 CORS ruleset in bucket pfaffmanager. Assets rules status: rules_applied. Backup rules status: rules_applied. Direct upload rules status: rules_skipped_from_settings.
I looked in the code in places like
example.com and can’t come up with an explanation.