On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 10:47:33PM +0000, Malcolm Fernandes wrote:
We have a project in our local OBS instance where we
are encountering some build dependency issues.
Our OBS is running on an appliance: obs-server-2.3.1-6.7.x86_64
To illustrate the problem:
Let's assume we have 5 packages in a project (pkg1, pkg2, pkg3, pkg4, pkg5)
The pkg2 spec file contains a "BuildRequires:" for one of the rpms generated by
Similarly the pkg3 spec file contains a "BuildRequires:" for one of the rpms
generated by pkg2 and so forth.
When a commit was made to pkg1, it got rebuilt and this triggered pkg2 to start building.
While pkg2 was rebuilding, pkg3, pkg4 and pkg5 went into a blocked state (which is what
However, after pkg2 finished building, pkg-3/4/5 get unblocked and do NOT get rebuilt.
Did you check the buildlog? Perhaps "build compare" triggered and found the
What is the project meta and the repository rebuild strategy?
We tried to wipe the binaries of pkg1 and saw the same
Also wiped the binaries of pkg2 and saw the same behavior for its dependent packages.
Trying to understand how these dependencies work from an OBS perspective. Can you please
shed some light on this as well as provide some advice on how to debug this further.
This can be configured on a project level... project meta, build-compare ... might
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