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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] 'Ghost' builds from deleted projects
Yep, that is exactly the issue. Thanks for the clarity.

The good news is that the items that were in the stuck queue had to do
with a constraint put upon them; once I modified workers to have that
attribute, they 'built' - some of them with the name '--', but now that
it's all through the queue, it seems sane. So we will likely upgrade to
2.6.10 this weekend, and then in a week or two to 2.7.

-Matt

On Tue, 2016-08-30 at 19:24 +0200, Dave Plater wrote:

On 29/08/2016 23:41, Matthew Drobnak wrote:
I'm having an issue where during a deep project scan, it's coming up
with about ~150 packages (after an upgrade to 2.6.10, on 2.5.5 this
would be about 1000) that need to be built..but they seem to stick in
the waiting queue, with about 140 in the blocked queue.

The projects give a 404 when trying to do a rdelete.
For example - trying to delete Project
ProjectA:SubProject:app-4.40.2.asan.0 (another subproject) --

$ osc -A https://obs02.nym2.appnexus.com undelete
ProjectA:SubProject:app-4.40.2.asan.0
Server returned an error: HTTP Error 404: Not Found
&lt;status code="404"&gt;
&lt;summary&gt;project 'ProjectA:SubProject:app-4.40.2.asan.0' already
exists&lt;/summary&gt;
&lt;details&gt;404 project 'ProjectA:SubProject:app-4.40.2.asan.0'
already exists&lt;/details&gt;
&lt;/status&gt;

$ osc -A https://obs02.nym2.appnexus.com rdelete
ProjectA:SubProject:app-4.40.2.asan.0
Server returned an error: HTTP Error 404: Not Found
ProjectA:SubProject:app-4.40.2.asan.0


How can I delete these items properly? I am trying to resolve this so I
can upgrade our system from 2.5.5 to 2.6.10; we had one too many build
storms, and we are trying to get more current.

Thanks.

-Matthew Drobnak
You use osc meta pkg -e to recreate the package and alter a comment to
enable a save. I filed a bug about these packages boo#958899 but I think
it was overlooked. You can find the packages via status monitor but if
you click on them they don't exist.
Regards
Dave P
Dave P
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