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    SUSE Studio appliance access throws HTTP 500

    Steps to duplicate:
    Login to SUSE Studio
    Click on an appliance to edit it.

    I get an HTTP 500, and while the error is nice and customized, it's
    ultimately not helpful. Happening for a couple of hours now. It started
    while I was in the middle of building my appliance (the last of a couple
    times as I was actively working on an appliance).

    I've tried refreshing, logging out and in, etc.

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    Re: SUSE Studio appliance access throws HTTP 500

    For what it is worth, I was able to take a bad appliance of mine, clone
    it, and then continue on. Since then I have seen the error a few more
    times, and now while I can clone and create a new appliance from a broken
    one, as soon as I attempt to build I break the new one again. It sits on
    'Initializing...' for about 68 seconds, and then it mentions an error
    communicating with the server and that's the end of that appliance.
    Something is severely broken.


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  3. Re: SUSE Studio appliance access throws HTTP 500

    On Sun, 16 Aug 2015 21:42:12 +0000, ab wrote:

    > For what it is worth, I was able to take a bad appliance of mine, clone
    > it, and then continue on. Since then I have seen the error a few more
    > times, and now while I can clone and create a new appliance from a
    > broken one, as soon as I attempt to build I break the new one again. It
    > sits on 'Initializing...' for about 68 seconds, and then it mentions an
    > error communicating with the server and that's the end of that
    > appliance. Something is severely broken.


    You might want to escalate this via the forum interface on susestudio.com
    or using the KP escalation path.

    Jim



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