Dne 19.4.2017 v 23:08 Dirk Müller napsal(a):
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> Using signing certificate
we're using pesign on armv7 nowadays? why?
Do we need to tweak rpm/constaints.in? If I'm
it has a constraint of 2 GB RAM for binary packages, with no
override for ARM.
I agree that 2GB is too little
what changed? why was it not a problem in the past?
For a single-cpu build on armv7 it's probably OK, if we get rid of
pesig. I was surprised to see the x86_64 build using 1.5GB. But then the
scheduler ignores the <processors> constraint as well and uses a worker
with 4 CPUs, so we fit into the RAM fine...
we do have a few workers with 3 and 4 GB of RAM for
they're not many and always busy (we have a ton of forks of
So is the _constraints file actually used on build.opensuse.org?
libreoffice and ceph that are basically building all
the time on
those).. I would prefer to be able to run the jobs with less memory,
is there a way to achieve that? if it is really pesign, why are we
using that on armv7 and why is it eating that much memory?
Yeah, this particular failure is due to pesign, which should only run if
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