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for those of you using gmail...

Michael McCandless-2
Can you try this search in your gmail:

    from:[hidden email] regression "build 6605"

And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?

I get 0 results back but I should get 1, I think.

Furthermore, if I search for:

    from:[hidden email] regression

I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
failures after that.

It's as if on Jul 2 Google made regression an index-time-only
stopword; failed, replication, handler also became stopwords (but
apparently at different times).

Frustrating ...

Mike McCandless

http://blog.mikemccandless.com

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Dawid Weiss
>     from:[hidden email] regression "build 6605"
>
> And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?

I get three results back when I click on "repeat search to include
omitted search results":

general - [Bug 51530] New: Tab key behaves unexpectedly - msg ...
osdir.com/ml/general/2013-07/msg34052.html‎
2 hours ago - Build:
http://jenkins.thetaphi.de/job/Lucene-Solr-trunk-Linux/6605/ Java:
64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96 ... REGRESSION: org.apache.solr.handler.

Accepted zutils 1.1~rc2-2 (source i386) - Open-Source Directory
osdir.com/ml/general/2013-07/msg34050.html‎
3 hours ago - Build:
http://jenkins.thetaphi.de/job/Lucene-Solr-trunk-Linux/6605/ Java:
64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96 ... REGRESSION: org.apache.solr.handler.

(64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96) - Build # 6605 - Still Failing! - msg#34051
osdir.com/ml/general/2013-07/msg34051.html‎
2 hours ago - (64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96) - Build # 6605 - Still Failing!
... Build: http://jenkins.thetaphi.de/job/Lucene-Solr-trunk-Linux/6605/
... REGRESSION:

>     from:[hidden email] regression
>
> I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
> failures after that.

I get 67,500 results. Maybe you're hitting a faulty cluster or something.

Dawid

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

sarowe
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On Jul 17, 2013, at 10:26 AM, Michael McCandless <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Can you try this search in your gmail:
>
>    from:[hidden email] regression "build 6605"
>
> And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?

I get 0 results.  When I remove "regression", I get 1 result.

> Furthermore, if I search for:
>
>    from:[hidden email] regression
>    
> I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
> failures after that.

I get results up through today, including for Lucene-Solr-4.x-Linux build 6523, but not for "build 6605".

> It's as if on Jul 2 Google made regression an index-time-only
> stopword; failed, replication, handler also became stopwords (but
> apparently at different times).

I get results up through today for each of "failed", "replication", and "handler", when combined with "from:[hidden email]".

Steve


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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Adrien Grand
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Hi Mike,

On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 4:26 PM, Michael McCandless
<[hidden email]> wrote:
> And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?

Indeed, 0 as well.

> I get 0 results back but I should get 1, I think.
>
> Furthermore, if I search for:
>
>     from:[hidden email] regression

Like Steve, I can find recent mails. For example

from:[hidden email] regression "build 6487"

gives me 1 result (July 14th). But it doesn't seem to work with very
recent emails...

--
Adrien

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Dmitry Kan-3
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Hi Mike,

The first search gives zero hits, but the second shows an "infinite" amount of results, dating back to June and earlier.

It could be that, if the bug holds, it gets rolled out in steps to different zones, as you reside in States, I'm in Finland. Lets see if the bug hits this coast.

Dmitry


On 17 July 2013 17:26, Michael McCandless <[hidden email]> wrote:
Can you try this search in your gmail:

    [hidden email] regression "build 6605"

And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?

I get 0 results back but I should get 1, I think.

Furthermore, if I search for:

    [hidden email] regression

I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
failures after that.

It's as if on Jul 2 Google made regression an index-time-only
stopword; failed, replication, handler also became stopwords (but
apparently at different times).

Frustrating ...

Mike McCandless

http://blog.mikemccandless.com

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Gora Mohanty-3
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On 17 July 2013 19:56, Michael McCandless <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Can you try this search in your gmail:
>
>     from:[hidden email] regression "build 6605"
>
> And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?
>
> I get 0 results back but I should get 1, I think.

This gets zero results.

> Furthermore, if I search for:
>
>     from:[hidden email] regression
>
> I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
> failures after that.

I get a whole bunch, including some from today, *after* the 6605
one, e.g., 6530. However, 6605 is missing.

Likewise, searching for:
from:[hidden email] regression

turns up 6530, but not 6605.

Searching for:
from:[hidden email]

shows both.

Was this some temporary Google bug?

Regards,
Gora

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Roman Chyla
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On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 10:26 AM, Michael McCandless <[hidden email]> wrote:
Can you try this search in your gmail:

    [hidden email] regression "build 6605"

And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?

0 results back
 

I get 0 results back but I should get 1, I think.

Furthermore, if I search for:

    [hidden email] regression

I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
failures after that.

I am getting many before Jul 2, even March and beyond

--roman

 

It's as if on Jul 2 Google made regression an index-time-only
stopword; failed, replication, handler also became stopwords (but
apparently at different times).

Frustrating ...

Mike McCandless

http://blog.mikemccandless.com

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Michael McCandless-2
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On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 10:43 AM, Dawid Weiss
<[hidden email]> wrote:
>>     from:[hidden email] regression "build 6605"
>>
>> And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?
>
> I get three results back when I click on "repeat search to include
> omitted search results":

Hmm I don't get this linke ("repeat search to include omitted search results").

> general - [Bug 51530] New: Tab key behaves unexpectedly - msg ...
> osdir.com/ml/general/2013-07/msg34052.html
> 2 hours ago - Build:
> http://jenkins.thetaphi.de/job/Lucene-Solr-trunk-Linux/6605/ Java:
> 64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96 ... REGRESSION: org.apache.solr.handler.
>
> Accepted zutils 1.1~rc2-2 (source i386) - Open-Source Directory
> osdir.com/ml/general/2013-07/msg34050.html
> 3 hours ago - Build:
> http://jenkins.thetaphi.de/job/Lucene-Solr-trunk-Linux/6605/ Java:
> 64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96 ... REGRESSION: org.apache.solr.handler.
>
> (64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96) - Build # 6605 - Still Failing! - msg#34051
> osdir.com/ml/general/2013-07/msg34051.html
> 2 hours ago - (64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96) - Build # 6605 - Still Failing!
> ... Build: http://jenkins.thetaphi.de/job/Lucene-Solr-trunk-Linux/6605/
> ... REGRESSION:
>
>>     from:[hidden email] regression
>>
>> I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
>> failures after that.
>
> I get 67,500 results. Maybe you're hitting a faulty cluster or something.

Hmmm ... maybe it's time to move to Poland!

Mike McCandless

http://blog.mikemccandless.com

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Chris Hostetter-3

: Hmm I don't get this linke ("repeat search to include omitted search results").

I think he was just searching google.com, not searching his gmail folders
-- that would exaplin the "repeat search  ..." link and the results that
are clearly from mail archives...

: > general - [Bug 51530] New: Tab key behaves unexpectedly - msg ...
: > osdir.com/ml/general/2013-07/msg34052.html

... osdir.com never appears in a message from [hidden email]

My results of searching in gmail.com match what sarowe describes ... a
search for "regression" does return results after July 2, but it does not
match some specific messages like the "build 6605" email you specifically
asked about.


-Hoss

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Dawid Weiss
> I think he was just searching google.com, not searching his gmail folders
> -- that would exaplin the "repeat search  ..." link and the results that
> are clearly from mail archives...

Oh man, sorry -- sure I was. I didn't notice you meant "search gmail"
and searched Google instead. Sorry for the noise.

Dawid

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Han Jiang
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On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 10:26 PM, Michael McCandless
<[hidden email]> wrote:
> Can you try this search in your gmail:
>
>     from:[hidden email] regression "build 6605"
>
> And let me know if you get 1 or 0 results back?
>

Yes, 0 results here. 1 result when remove 'regression'.

And seems that it returns no result for query:

  from:[hidden email] subject:"build 6605"  ANY_WORD_NOT_IN_TITLE

Maybe for some mails, only title field are taken into consideration?


> I get 0 results back but I should get 1, I think.
>
> Furthermore, if I search for:
>
>     from:[hidden email] regression
>
> I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
> failures after that.

A recent search got results up to #6530. Still no 6605.



--
Han Jiang

Team of Search Engine and Web Mining,
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science,
Peking University, China

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Chris Hostetter-3

: And seems that it returns no result for query:
:
:   from:[hidden email] subject:"build 6605"  ANY_WORD_NOT_IN_TITLE
:
: Maybe for some mails, only title field are taken into consideration?

Ah ... interesting.  I wonder if maybe something about the content of the
jenkins emails + the multipart/mixed wrapping done by exmlm occasionally
causes gmail to balk at trying to parse the various parts of *some*
jenkins emails (like maybe just he ones with multi-byte characters?)  so
you are left with only the headers being searchable?

That still doesn't explain this descrepancy though...

: >     from:[hidden email] regression
: >
: > I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
: > failures after that.
:
: A recent search got results up to #6530. Still no 6605.

mike says the newest email gmail will return from that serach is Jul 2,
but Han, myself, (and if IIRC several other people) are all seeing lots of
results since then ... just not all of them, notably the specific one
Mike asked about ("Lucene-Solr-trunk-Linux (64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96) - Build
# 660" sent 13 hours ago)


ghost in the machine?

-Hoss

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Re: for those of you using gmail...

Michael McCandless-2
On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 10:02 PM, Chris Hostetter
<[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> : And seems that it returns no result for query:
> :
> :   from:[hidden email] subject:"build 6605"  ANY_WORD_NOT_IN_TITLE
> :
> : Maybe for some mails, only title field are taken into consideration?
>
> Ah ... interesting.  I wonder if maybe something about the content of the
> jenkins emails + the multipart/mixed wrapping done by exmlm occasionally
> causes gmail to balk at trying to parse the various parts of *some*
> jenkins emails (like maybe just he ones with multi-byte characters?)  so
> you are left with only the headers being searchable?
>
> That still doesn't explain this descrepancy though...

Maybe it's because "build 6605" was a biiig email (1.9 MB), and Google
punted indexing any text whatsoever from its body?  I see this in the
build 6605 email:

   [Message clipped]  View entire message

> : >     from:[hidden email] regression
> : >
> : > I only get results up to Jul 2, even though there are many build
> : > failures after that.
> :
> : A recent search got results up to #6530. Still no 6605.
>
> mike says the newest email gmail will return from that serach is Jul 2,
> but Han, myself, (and if IIRC several other people) are all seeing lots of
> results since then ... just not all of them, notably the specific one
> Mike asked about ("Lucene-Solr-trunk-Linux (64bit/jdk1.8.0-ea-b96) - Build
> # 660" sent 13 hours ago)

In fact, now when I run this search, I'm seeing additional results
after Jul 2!  And, they seem to be the smaller emails.

Mike McCandless

http://blog.mikemccandless.com

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