On Freitag, 21. Juli 2017, 13:41:55 CEST wrote Max:
The <arch> is the "hostarch="
parameter of the worker obtained from "osc api
/worker/_status" or it's arch of the failed build?
The hostarch is the architecture from the host ;)
It is independend of the build target.
i586, but also emulated architectures (eg armv6) can be build on
a x86_64 host.
For example I got build for i586 failed while x86_64
build is ok (were on different
Getting data on the worker of failed i586 build:
osc api /worker/_status|grep build34
<idle workerid="build34:1" hostarch="x86_64"/>
<idle workerid="build34:2" hostarch="x86_64"/>
<idle workerid="build34:3" hostarch="x86_64"/>
<idle workerid="build34:5" hostarch="x86_64"/>
<idle workerid="build34:6" hostarch="x86_64"/>
<building workerid="build34:4" hostarch="x86_64"
repository="standard" package="kernel-vanilla" arch="i586"
Getting sse flags:
osc workerinfo x86_64:build34:1 |grep sse
osc workerinfo x586:build34:1 |grep sse
Server returned an error: HTTP Error 404: remote error unknown worker
remote error: unknown worker
Right, there is no i586 worker host, only a x86_64 which can also run
i586 via either booting 32-bit kernel or via personality switch.
However, it is up to the kernel and cpu then to offer the optimizations in
32bit legacy mode. I suppose that at least sse4a won't be available there.
But this is all content from POV of OBS, we only offer the VM here.
On 20.07.2017 12:43, Frank Schreiner wrote:
In the log you sent, you can find a line like
[ 0s] build36 started "build libosmocore_0.9.6.20170719.dsc" at Wed Jul 19
19:49:50 UTC 2017.
build36 is the host. Here you can find the arch (maybe there is a better solution with
osc - I don`t know)
and vm_num=1 is always a good idea. Normally the other VM`s should be the same.
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