In #16055 it appears that the simple 5s deadline doesn't work for large file writes. Now we can't - or at least shouldn't just set no deadline as go will happily let these connections block indefinitely. However, what seems reasonable is to set some minimum rate we expect for writing. This PR suggests the following algorithm: * Every write has a minimum timeout of 5s (adjustable at compile time.) * If there has been a previous write - then consider its previous deadline, add half of the minimum timeout + 2s per kb about to written. * If that new deadline is after the minimum timeout use that. Fix #16055 Signed-off-by: Andrew Thornton <email@example.com> Co-authored-by: 6543 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Gitea - Git with a cup of tea
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The goal of this project is to make the easiest, fastest, and most painless way of setting up a self-hosted Git service. Using Go, this can be done with an independent binary distribution across all platforms which Go supports, including Linux, macOS, and Windows on x86, amd64, ARM and PowerPC architectures. Want to try it before doing anything else? Do it with the online demo! This project has been forked from Gogs since 2016.11 but changed a lot.
From the root of the source tree, run:
TAGS="bindata" make build
or if sqlite support is required:
TAGS="bindata sqlite sqlite_unlock_notify" make build
build target is split into two sub-targets:
make backendwhich requires Go 1.13 or greater.
make frontendwhich requires Node.js 10.13 or greater.
If pre-built frontend files are present it is possible to only build the backend:
TAGS="bindata" make backend
Parallelism is not supported for these targets, so please don't include
More info: https://docs.gitea.io/en-us/install-from-source/
NOTE: If you're interested in using our APIs, we have experimental support with documentation.
Expected workflow is: Fork -> Patch -> Push -> Pull Request
- YOU MUST READ THE CONTRIBUTORS GUIDE BEFORE STARTING TO WORK ON A PULL REQUEST.
- If you have found a vulnerability in the project, please write privately to email@example.com. Thanks!
For more information and instructions about how to install Gitea, please look at our documentation. If you have questions that are not covered by the documentation, you can get in contact with us on our Discord server or create a post in the discourse forum.
We maintain a list of Gitea-related projects at gitea/awesome-gitea.
The hugo-based documentation theme is hosted at gitea/theme.
The official Gitea CLI is developed at gitea/tea.
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How do you pronounce Gitea?
Gitea is pronounced /ɡɪ’ti:/ as in "gi-tea" with a hard g.
Why is this not hosted on a Gitea instance?
We're working on it.
This project is licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for the full license text.
Looking for an overview of the interface? Check it out!