Empty exception: # () nil

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charles

23 May, 2013 02:18 PM

We're seeing exceptions from a Rails 3.2 application (on Heroku) that are completely empty:

# () nil

We're using the latest exceptional gem, version 2.0.33.

Example:
https://www.exceptional.io/exceptions/223857083

A light bit of Google-fu yielded nothing definitive other than a issue opened against your PHP library:
https://github.com/ankane/exceptional-php/issues/9

And this discussion:
http://support.exceptional.io/discussions/problems/788-ui-bug

Sounds like it could be an issue around the size of post data from the exception (the parameters, specifically) and Rack default settings. It was suggested in the thread that the client could truncate the data its passing so as to avoid the issue. If that's the case, seems like it's something that the exceptional gem should handle.

However, it's still unclear what the actual issue is. Any ideas?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by morgan on 28 Jun, 2013 07:27 PM

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    Hi Charles,

    Thank you for letting us know about this one,
    I have created an internal ticket for the developers to give attention to.
    I also referenced this ticket in the ticket so you will be updated of new activity.

    From,
    Morgan

  2. morgan closed this discussion on 28 Jun, 2013 07:27 PM.

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