Am Dienstag, 31. Januar 2012, 08:14:50 schrieb Carsten Hoeger:
On Mon, Jan 30, Claudio Freire wrote:
Bumping a really old thread here, but again
I'm noticing some
inefficiency in OBS.
If both x86_64 and i586 are enabled for a noarch package, it's built
twice, but only one rpm is created.
Especially when just building noarch packages.
Question: is it safe for me to disable one of the
archs and thus save
some redundant work for OBS? (I imagine it is)
I am doing that since quite some time now, but I am just building noarch
It is only safe, when you do not use the noarch package again as build
requires. Otherwise you will have unresolvables.
> Question: wouldn't it be great if OBS did
> automatically? (after all, if only one RPM is published, what's the
> point of building twice?)
it is not that easy when you take boot strapping and build cycles into
account. One arch would need to inject the package into the other archs and
build cycles can be detected that easily anymore.
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