we made little progress this month. One good news is that SLE-15-SP3
(and thereby Leap 15.3 core) now got patches for rpmbuild and
pesign-obs-integration that allow all kmp binary packages to be verified.
Those patches were part of Factory for nearly 2 years.
Also a groff date patch was merged to fix corosync verifiability.
Other unverifiable SLE packages are mostly those that are known to not
erlang grub2 kernel-preempt libguestfs libpinyin ongres-scram perf
pnetcdf postgresql-jdbc python39 qemu rabbitmq-server release-notes-* xen
most causes are known, but hard to fix for me.
Only fwupd is still suffering from pesigning.
These were the SLE news. Now for the Factory status:
last month's status:
Last months' reproducible builds project updates (including my work):
I uploaded https://rb.zq1.de/compare.factory-20210328/
and rbstats are:
total-packages: 13868 (-41)
build-tried: 13859 (-41)
build-failed: 35 (-46)
build-n-a: 153 (+18)
build-succeeded: 13671 (-13)
build-official-failed+na: 342 (-51)
build-compare-failed: 423 (-10)
build-compare-succeeded: 13248 (-3)
verify-failed: 493 (-4)
verified-semi-reproducible: 12888 (+17)
bit-by-bit-identical: 13119 (+0)
not-bit-by-bit-identical: 552 (-13)
not-bit-by-bit-identicalcheck: 552 (-13)
shows the change over time
lists very unreproducible core packages (bootstrap+DVD)
Of the badly unreproducible packages,
3 were in ring0
44 were in ring1
That makes it 47/3247 => 1.45 %
which is below the overall average of
423/13671 => 3.09 %
552/13671 => 4.04 % of packages are not perfectly reproducible