[tor-bugs] #8667 [Atlas]: Distinguish between permanent and temporary Onionoo errors

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Wed Jul 31 10:19:05 UTC 2013

#8667: Distinguish between permanent and temporary Onionoo errors
 Reporter:  karsten      |          Owner:  hellais
     Type:  enhancement  |         Status:  new    
 Priority:  minor        |      Milestone:         
Component:  Atlas        |        Version:         
 Keywords:               |         Parent:         
   Points:               |   Actualpoints:         

Comment(by karsten):

 https://onionoo.torproject.org/ now lists HTTP response codes and suggests
 actions.  Pasting here for simplicity:

 Response codes: Clients should handle response codes by distinguishing
 between client and server errors, and if there's a problem, informing
 their users about the kind of problem. The following response codes are

  - 200 OK: The request was processed successfully.
  - 304 Not Modified: Server data has not changed since the "If-Modified-
 Since" header included in the request.
  - 400 Bad Request: The request could not be processed either because the
 requested resource could not be found or because of bad syntax. This is
 most likely a client problem.
  - 500 Internal Server Error: There is an unspecific problem with the
 server which the service operator may not yet be aware of. Please check if
 there's already a bug report for this problem, and if not, file one.
  - 503 Service Unavailable: The server is temporarily down for
 maintenance, or there is a temporary problem with the server that the
 service operator is already aware of. Only file a bug report if this
 problem persists.

Ticket URL: <https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/8667#comment:2>
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