The rest folders "i586, x86_64, armv7el, armv8el, .. etc" in /obs/events stay empty as usual, except the '.ping' file.
Any possible reason causes file created in '/obs/events/armv5el' folder when 'armv5el' is not enabled in $ OBS_SCHEDULER_ARCHITECTURES?
Only the scheduler creates it usually. So it got started once at least.
But you can just remove the directory.
I also just found out that whenever I create a new Project or new Package, a new file will be created under 'obs/events/armv5el' and stays there.
eg. If I create a new project 'RickLiu' and a new package under 'RickLiu' project, I'll have 2 new files: 1) /obs/events/armv5el/project:RickLiu: <event type="project"> <project>RickLiu</project> </event> 2) /obs/events/armv5el/package:RickLiu::RickLiu: <event type="package"> <project>RickLiu</project> <package>RickLiu</package> </event>
Is this normal? (even though I didn't specify any arch for the new project/package, the new files are created under armv5el arch).
The schedulers running are only i586, x86_64, armv7el, and armv8el: (no armv5el) # ps aux |grep bs_sched obsrun 15525 0.0 0.2 192348 113112 ? S 2012 125:41 /usr/bin/perl -w ./bs_sched i586 obsrun 15526 0.0 0.1 148304 70200 ? S 2012 40:58 /usr/bin/perl -w ./bs_sched x86_64 obsrun 15527 0.1 0.6 392676 308600 ? S 2012 292:27 /usr/bin/perl -w ./bs_sched armv7el obsrun 15528 0.0 0.2 218068 120260 ? S 2012 111:47 /usr/bin/perl -w ./bs_sched armv8el