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. BTW, SLE11_BRANCH
correctly kept two kernel-sources last night:
$ curl ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/projects/kernel/kotd/SLE11_BRANCH/src/
-rw-r--r-- 1 ftp ftp 76499588 Nov 20 00:47
-rw-r--r-- 1 ftp ftp 76501777 Nov 23 18:15
lrwxrwxrwx 1 ftp ftp 49 Nov 23 23:03
kernel-source.spm -> kernel-source-126.96.36.199-0.1.99.10.3c89ae7.src.rpm
And there are kernel-syms
packages at .118 with timestamp from aboout 22:00 . How can that be, if the
sources are still at .114 ?
kernel-syms in master and openSUSE-11.2 is another problem, it's a dummy
package and builds even faster than kernel-source (kernel-source build
spends a lot of time running rpmlint checks). I'll first try to fix
kernel-source and then do something about kernel-syms.
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