Stream: coqbot devs & users

Topic: Resource not accessible by integration


view this post on Zulip Jason Gross (Jan 23 2023 at 23:23):

What does

23 Jan 2023 18:22:50.018212 <190>1 2023-01-23T23:22:49.795912+00:00 app web.1 - - Error while posting a comment: Server responded to GraphQL request with errors: Resource not accessible by integration

mean?

view this post on Zulip Théo Zimmermann (Jan 24 2023 at 10:01):

This is an authorization scope problem. Did it happen with an existing request or a new one? We might need to expand the permissions that coqbot asks for.

view this post on Zulip Jason Gross (Jan 24 2023 at 16:51):

It was a transient error that occurred when coqbot tried to reply to my comment. When I tried the same thing again later, it worked fine.

view this post on Zulip Théo Zimmermann (Jan 24 2023 at 16:54):

OK, in this case, I guess this must have been a bug on GitHub's end.

view this post on Zulip Jason Gross (Mar 02 2023 at 00:06):

Seeing it again at
01 Mar 2023 16:04:11.500212 <190>1 2023-03-02T00:04:11.094883+00:00 app web.1 - - Error while posting a comment: Server responded to GraphQL request with errors: Resource not accessible by integration

view this post on Zulip Théo Zimmermann (Mar 02 2023 at 08:37):

Do you know where it was supposed to post? If that's a standard repo (where it usually posts) or another one? If that's the former, then this is definitely on GitHub and we should report it to them. I wonder if there are any additional information we could extract, so that they can investigate the bug.

view this post on Zulip Jason Gross (Mar 02 2023 at 15:13):

It's a standard repo, it was supposed to post to coq-community/run-coq-bug-minimizer. (Maybe we should have it log the info about the comment it was trying to post when it errors? Or does it already do this and I just didn't copy the relevant lines?)

view this post on Zulip Théo Zimmermann (Mar 02 2023 at 15:26):

Then it's normal, because coqbot is not installed on coq-community/run-coq-bug-minimizer. It is currently installed only on docker-coq and docker-base in this organization.

view this post on Zulip Théo Zimmermann (Mar 02 2023 at 15:32):

We can modify the installation so that it is also installed there. However, we will hit the issue that currently coqbot tries to sync any repo where it is installed to a GitLab counterpart. Ideally, we should make this feature optional, or even not activated by default (if no coqbot.toml configuration file, for instance). More realistically, we could create a run-coq-bug-minimizer GitLab mirror so that coqbot does not hit a wall when trying to sync this repo.


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