Sockets are for live interactions, such as comments, group gathering pulsators, notifications, messenger, and the jury.
Note: if you are using Docker, make sure your JWT secret maps to the JWT secret in
settings.php. You shouldn't have to do anything if you are using Kubernetes, which automatically maps it to the helm .yaml file.
We are working on creating public dashboards. For now the dashboard is only available to developers internally.
System issues should be recorded via a ticket on the gitlab.com/minds/minds repository. The issue should be tagged with the Incident label.
Creating an incident
npm run new-incident
- Create a new issue with the ~"Type::Incident" label
Resolving an issue
npm run update-incident
update Resolved | 2019-08-16T01:24:45.752Z Place some text here to say that the issue has been resolved.
The main loadbalancer for minds.com is arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:us-east-1:324044571751:loadbalancer/app/minds-app/70773ee320ac7dd1. The table below explains the target rules:
The above targets are automatically linked to ECS containers and should not be manually modified.