Am Dienstag, 24. November 2009 schrieb Michal Marek:
Dne 24.11.2009 11:13, Michal Marek napsal(a):
Dne 24.11.2009 04:01, Markus Koßmann napsal(a):
Unfortunately retaining "old versions"
of kernel-source doesn't seem to
work . This morning kernel-source is at 2.6.32-1.99.114 with timestamp
18:13 ( and there is only one kernel-source package) but for i586/x86_64
most packages are still at 2.6.32-1.99.108 with timestamp from about
9:00 . The non x86 packages are mostly up to date at .114.
There must be a bug indeed, I'll have a look.
I see the problem now. The sync script does following:
1) copy latest binary and source packages to the ftp directory, obsolete
binary packages are removed, obsolete source packages are scheduled for
2) find all binary package versions
3) go through the list of obsolete source packages and delete those
versions which are not in the list of binary package versions
The problem is that if before the sync everything is at version N, the
latest binary packages have version N+1 and the latest source packages
have version N+2, then 1) will copy out binary packages vN+1, source
packages vN+2 and remove binary packages vN, 2) will correctly find only
vN+1 binary packages and 3) will correctly removed vN source packages.
What's missing are the vN+1 source packages, which were not copied in 1)
Hmm, now it is again out of sync
kernel-source ans kernel-sysms are still at .172 and there is only one
kernel-source package, but most other packages are at .173 or even at .174
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