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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] rebuild not triggered?
- From: Adrian Schröter <adrian@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 11:12:20 +0100
- Message-id: <200902261112.21102.adrian@xxxxxxx>
you speak here about changed binary packages in one repo, triggering a build
in another repo.
These kind of changes are currently handled as "low priority" and can indeed
take very long to get detected with our current load.
Source changes get handled with highest prio, finished builds with medium
prio. There are times that the service has even hard times to keep up with the
source changes (Imagine, it needs to run a dependeny solving based on full
installation with requires and build requires. This is harder than run a
package solver in an installed system. And that needs to be done for each
I want to have the current scheduler load on the web in future.
And also a "dirty" flag for repos, so that the frontend can tell you that the
server knows that this repo needs to be evaluated.
As a workaround, you can trigger a rebuild for any of these packages, it will
create a high prio event to evaluate this repo.
Am Donnerstag, 26. Februar 2009 10:53:04 schrieb Michal Marek:
shows a failed build log from Wed Feb 25 11:14:52 UTC 2009 and the
package has status failed in repository home:michal-m:kill-symsets/test.
I fixed the bug in the kernel-source package in
home:michal-m:kill-symsets:changes (the home:michal-m:kill-symsets/test
repository is configured to use packages from here), both kernel-source
and kernel-syms rebuilt successfully yesterday evening:
but the acx package (and any other kmp in the project) was not rebuilt
since then. It's not even in the "scheduled" state.
https://build.opensuse.org/monitor shows that Factory is rebuilding, but
does this mean that the scheduler needs more than 16 hours to notice
changes? Or did it miss the kernel-syms rebuilt due to my project
configuration (kernel-syms and kernel-source are also in the
home:michal-m:kill-symsets project, but disabled for the test repository)?
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