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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] project hasn't starting building for 20 hours and counting...
  • From: "Hans-Peter Jansen" <hpj@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2010 10:00:52 +0100
  • Message-id: <201012031000.52452.hpj@xxxxxxxxx>
On Thursday 02 December 2010, 23:03:08 Douglas Hubler wrote:
https://build.opensuse.org/project/monitor?project=home:sipfoundry:4.
4

It's gotten progressively slower over last month.

Yes, it is. Horribly declining in the last week.

Questions
1.) Was there was a change to the queueing algorithm?
2.) Anyone else see slower than normal build scheduling?

Me.

3.) Is queue algorithm published somewhere?

It _should_ be all in the sources.

4.) I think home projects don't show up in global monitor? If so, is
there a way home project can see where they are in the total queue?

They do, and no, there's no order prediction (since the priorities seem
to change all the time, hence it's simply not possible, I guess).

5.) Is there anyway someone can bump my build up, there is a nasty
bug i'd like to get out to folks. Yes, i know, it's a free service,
but just thought I'd ask.

From my observations, it seems that new checkins are priorized some
way, but this this on the other hand leads to projects, where there
is no progress for days! (in my projects, there are about 100 packages
in scheduled state, and no progress for two days).

osc pr home\:frispete\:PyQt | python -c 'import sys;print sum([l.count(" s ")
for l in sys.stdin]);'

OTOH, monster projects like windows:mingw:win{32,64} seem to be
preferred for some reason. At least, they built several hundred
packages during the last two days, while _none_ of mine.

Douglas, see, it still can get worser.

We'll have to be patient and should be happy, if it finally builds
something for us, too..

Pete
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