I have added Matthias, since I have not really an overview
about the ppc hosts and what we have or had.
On Freitag, 24. Juni 2016, 10:32:50 CEST wrote Normand:
On 22/06/2016 17:57, Normand wrote:
On 22/06/2016 11:31, Adrian Schröter wrote:
On Mittwoch, 22. Juni 2016, 11:21:19 CEST wrote
It looks like none of the ppc64/ppc64le workers
are assigned any kind of
yes, same with s390.
They all need a new worker image. Sorry I can't tell you atm when the ppc
will get it, since I don't maintain them.
Who is maintainer for ppc64 workers ?
and is it something feasible from outside of suse network ?
The s390 will be back in next hour, I think
Thank you for the work that has been done yesterday to setup back most of the
Nevertheless looking at the statistical plots for ppc64le architecture for a year (1)
I see a clear reduction of the number of idle workers.
(from more than 60 to around 25 since June 18th)
Is there something planned to increase back those numbers ?
Matthias, can you comment on this?
I am aware that we got some big/fast systems which replaced some older.
And I think our PPC build power is usually actually quite good, since
most jobs succeed there first from what I have seen.
As today the ppc/ppc64/ppc64le workers visible on this
page give a total of 84 'workers'
(two machines disapeared build88 and build89)
Hm, the ppc64 ones (power7 and not the ppc64le power8 ones)
need to run openSUSE Factory atm and there were some kernel problems.
They might have just crashed. Will check back.
build66 2 slots
build67 16 slots
build87 8 slots
build91 16 slots
build92 16 slots
build93 8 slots
build95 8 slots
build96 10 slots
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