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reviewed Approve suggested edit on nivo slider not working on IE or iPhone
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answered Error in Json request :{"jsonrpc":"2.0","id":44,"error":{"code":-32603,"message":"No such service method"}}
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answered How to prevent some builds from affecting the stability of a Jenkins project
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answered Gerrit REST API: cannot use _sortkey to resume a query
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comment Gerrit REST API: cannot use _sortkey to resume a query
Which version of Gerrit are you using? I just checked a script I use and it follows that exact syntax but works fine. I'm hitting a server running 2.8.3.
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answered Git Submodules And Deploying To Production
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comment Git cherry-pick: how to regenerate change id?
I'm not sure, this was probably changed around the 2.2-2.4 range. You'd have to dig through the release notes to find the exact change. If the change IDs match but they are on different branches, Gerrit just creates a new change page for each commit. One will be merged and the other in review. The nice part of this workflow is if you search for the change id, Gerrit will show all the branches which contain it.
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comment Jenkins Gerrit Trigger ideal usage
Each job gets a sandbox on the Jenkins node. If you want to use a sub-directory of that sandbox, that might be an option. But typically you don't specify the sandbox location and don't worry about where the code ends up. If you need to move it somewhere else for publishing or similar, there are other post-build plugins for jenkins that can do so.
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answered Jenkins Gerrit Trigger ideal usage
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answered Git cherry-pick: how to regenerate change id?
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answered Gerrit: switch merged dependency to master changes
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answered import existing git into the gerrit
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answered Gerrit push to review answer Change..closed
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comment Is it possible to setup Gerrit for GIT without using per person SSH certificates
No - the Gerrit users don't need a system account at all. Gerrit runs its own SSH server, it does not tie into the system ssh server or use system accounts. Have you uploaded your ssh key to Gerrit's web UI (if you are pushing over ssh)? What commands are you using to push? It sounds like this issue might belong in a separate discussion. Gerrit uses the user running the server for all commits, but accepts pushes from users with permissions in Gerrit.
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answered Is it possible to setup Gerrit for GIT without using per person SSH certificates
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