Nothing is hardcoded in the collection script, but the orgs are
hardcoded in the stats table once the data has been gathered. That's
why the stats page is so quick to load, since it is referencing a
single relatively small table.
On the stats php page the list of orgs is determined by the date
range specified. So if org X did not contribute in the interval
being looked at then they don't appear in the list. Same with all the
The reason UH didn't appear in the list is because they started
contributing after the stats collector had been turned off. I turned
back on the stats collector, but it is currently working on
2007-08-21 - 2007-08-22.
Once it finishes coming upto date then I'll put it in a crontab and
have it run everyday.
I'll let you know when it is live again.
On Aug 30, 2007, at 4:35 PM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
> Oh, I see -- it's a hard-coded list of org's. I thought it got them
> from the db.
> No rush -- I just saw it today and was curious.
> On Aug 30, 2007, at 4:32 PM, Josh Hursey wrote:
>> I haven't updated them in a couple days (since monday actually). I
>> was working on updateing the script so it can run once a day. Should
>> be done later tonight sometime.
>> So that's why UH isn't in there yet.
>> -- josh
>> On Aug 30, 2007, at 3:35 PM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
>>> Shouldn't UH now show up in the summary stats?
>>> I only see cisco, iu, sun, ibm, hlrs for a query of 2007-08-01 -
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