On Monday 2012-12-10 16:43, Claudio Freire wrote:
On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 12:38 PM, Jan Engelhardt
I tell you, make -l is awesome magic; it sort of
obs process tree between "1 worker using 24 gccs" and "24 workers using
1 gcc each" roughly. Needless to say, this requires that one always
looks at the *host's* load, so make -l out of the box is useless for
VM builds ATM.
Cool magic, I didn't know it.
So that's why ARM builds take forever?
ARM is emulated. (At least I can't spot any arm-type workers in
Exactly, so make -l only sees VM load, not host load. For all others,
it should see host load since last I checked OBS worked on a chroot,
not a VM for "native" builds.
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