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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] Can we fix the Tumbleweed builds

Quoting Greg KH <gregkh@xxxxxxxxx>:

Even if Tumbleweed has a higher build priority of personal builds? I've
been able to get personal packages build almost instantly yesterday, no
delay from the scheduler at all, while Tumbleweed is still stalled.
That implies something is up with the scheduler, right?

Well, looking at for example 13.1 build process:

openSUSE:Factory => GNOME:Factory (devel) => home:xxx:branches:GNOME:Factory

If want to commit a fix for Factory (and 13.1) I need it in my HOME branch, submit it to DEVEL, forward to Factory.

What are the chances of getting a fix into 13.1 if HOME:* will get much lower prio and not have workers allocated?

There is a finite amount of power available, which we are currently using to the max. Of course the one 'waiting' for the package is affected most. Shifting all the resources to that one will only mean somebody else has to wait, who in turn obviously considers his package 'worthier' to have more build power.

In the end, the only thing that can help is throwing MORE power at it.. especially before a release this seems to become a repeating issue for us.

Dominique
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