On Tue, 2021-04-27 at 15:49 +0200, Michael Ströder wrote:
On 4/26/21 10:00 PM, Dominique Leuenberger wrote:
kernel-source (5.11.15 -> 5.11.16)
I'm confused by the kernel packages versions.
kernel-default is still 5.11.15 but kernel-kvmsmall and kernel-vanilla
are 5.11.16 (see below).
That's due to a very 'fun' issue. Essentially, all kernel-* packages
are built off from the same kernel-source package, so are supposedly
always in sync.
I checked in kernel-source 5.11.16 on 2021-04-25 19:25:57, which
resulted in it being part of Snapshot 20210425.
Unfortunately, something really rare (and bad) happened: kernel-default
failed to build. Not, because the package is broken, but the build just
stalled, until OBS shut it down and marked the package as failed.
For openQA, there is nothing in place that sees this as a blocker - we
do not try to build any kmp for example (which would very quickly have
stopped the snapshot).
I had seen it shortly after 0425 went out and have manually triggered a
rebuild of kernel-default, which succeeded and snapshot 0426 will have
the kernels back in sync (openQA on this snapshot looks good so far, 5
more tests in progress, then it should be publishable)