[llvm-dev] Unable to arc install-certificate

David Blaikie via llvm-dev llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Wed Apr 8 18:53:25 PDT 2020

Hmm - I'm running a pretty old version & seems to be working for me:

$ arc version

arcanist 3b6b523c2b236e3724a1e115f126cb6fd05fa128 (18 Feb 2017)

libphutil 13a200ca7621ab2b48a0c395f52f8c4411bbc686 (4 Mar 2017)

$ arc install-certificate

 CONNECT  Connecting to "https://reviews.llvm.org/api/"...


Open this page in your browser and login to Phabricator if necessary:


Then paste the API Token on that page below.

    Paste API Token from that page: cli-zwvn5sxh5ivhvp5e7mgplbyou37f

Writing ~/.arcrc...

 SUCCESS!  API Token installed.

Perhaps the recent changes that broke gmail federated login (
http://lists.llvm.org/pipermail/llvm-dev/2020-April/140734.html) also broke
backwards compatibility? So the newer client can't cope with the old
phabricator instance we have running?

On Wed, Apr 8, 2020 at 1:53 PM Mircea Trofin via llvm-dev <
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:

> Hello,
> on a fresh install (i.e. newly-cloned arcanist and llvm-project), I get
> this. Any ideas?
> Thanks!
> arc install-certificate
>  CONNECT  Connecting to "https://reviews.llvm.org/api/"...
> Usage Exception: Failed to connect to server (
> https://reviews.llvm.org/api/): [HTTP/500] Internal Server Error
> As received by the server, this request had a nonzero content length but
> no POST data.
> Normally, this indicates that it exceeds the 'post_max_size' setting in
> the PHP configuration on the server. Increase the 'post_max_size' setting
> or reduce the size of the request.
> Request size according to 'Content-Length' was '59', 'post_max_size' is
> set to '32M'.
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