I'm testing the buildserver 2.10 to only connect, via a squid, proxy.
I've nearly got it working completely.
I've add to /etc/apache2/vhosts.d/obs.conf
obs:~ # head /etc/apache2/vhosts.d/obs.conf
setenv http_proxy "http://172.16.0.2:3128/"
setenv https_proxy "http://172.16.0.2:3128/"
setenv ftp_proxy "http://172.16.0.2:3128/"
setenv no_proxy "localhost, 127.0.0.1"
# May needed on old distributions or after an update from them.
# Passenger defaults
and to: /srv/obs/run/worker/boot/BSConfig.pm
obs:~ # tail /srv/obs/run/worker/boot/BSConfig.pm
# our $geminabox_container = '';
# public cloud uploader configuration
# our $cloudupload_pubkey = "/etc/obs/cloudupload/_pubkey"; # default
our $proxy = "http://172.16.0.2:3128/";
our $noproxy = "localhost, 127.0.0.1";
One issue is still left.
If I add a repo to a Project.
Select a Repositry, OBS (I don't know which module) directly connects
Can you please point me to te direction where I have to look.
I'm willing to fix the issue.
I found three packages in openSUSE:Factory:zSystems were stucked in
building state for quite a while. They are ibus has been building for
three full days and four hours, libksysguard5 for two days and one hour,
and gcc11 for one day and two hours.
Although it shows that they are building, they are actually both
throwing up the same error over and over, for example gcc11 is BUG:
workqueue lockup - pool cpus=4 node=0 flags=0x0 nice=0 stuck for 87381s
And in particular, gcc11 basically blocks all other packages from being
built, and has nearly 14,000 packages blocked in the factory because of
That's not a normal situation, is it? Also where and how could I report
it to the obs guys?
Orville Q. Song
Processing of rq921282 is incomplete, the _link in the origin prj was not updated.
Where does this need to be reported:
- in openSUSE/open-build-service?
- in the tooling around open-build-service?
- somewhere else?
I'm thinking of using OpenSUSE build service for building and hosting unofficial packages for darlinghq.org.
However, these builds take a few hours, and can temporarily use up to 15GB disk space. I couldn't find anything on the wiki about service use limitations, so I wanted to check if this is okay before I do it, and not going to get me banned or something.
Where do I find this:
> ...(as announced in the weekly reviews)...
A link to this would be neat. ;-)
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