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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] Packages not published on
  • From: Peter Poeml <poeml@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 15:00:52 +0200
  • Message-id: <20090422130052.GT16299@xxxxxxx>
Hello Mathieu,

On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 01:16:10AM -0700, Mathieu OUDART wrote:
Am Montag, 20. April 2009 09:52:35 schrieb Mathieu OUDART:

I've been trying for a week to understand why this package :
e%3Amindtouch builds successfully and appears on the OBS repository :

but doesn't seem to be pushed to the rsync repository (which we are
using for our release, to sync our own repo)

If I'm not mistaken the project/package publishing flags are enabled and
I triggered package rebuilds without success.
On the Apr 15th upload, I waited until the 18th but it still wasn't
pushed. There's something wrong.

Help would be really appreciated as our release process is currently stuck.
Submitted Bug 496363

Thank you for the bug report.
I looked into it yesterday. All I can say right now is that pushing to
mirrors lags more or less, depending the sync speed to mirrors.
Technically, is just another mirror. The push to it
was lagging behind with >500 projects yesterday. I could not find out
what was causing this. I changed the priorization of syncing to be based
on age of project rebuild, so it no longer works alphabetically. This is
more fair and prevents a lag from hitting certain projects very hard.
Non-home projects are still treated first (needed to protect us from the
higher download demand). I added some debugging to hopefully get more
insight in the future.

home:mindtouch is pushed out by now; rsync.o.o has caught up, is fully
synced and seems to stay in sync nicely since yesterday.

Note that home:* projects are pushed only to a subset of the mirrors.
Only 3 mirrors (one of them being rsync.o.o) get the home projects. So
it's normal that they don't reach other mirrors.

Right now, most of the pushed mirrors are in sync, with some
exceptions. Yesterday evening, number of pending pushes were:

Today, remaining numbers are:

So, is slowly catching up, while and are
nearly too slowly synced to catch up really. is catching up after a break (move to new hardware and new IP

So it looks better now, but I don't believe that my change in
priorization of project pushing is responsible for this. I assume that
something else was wrong, but I couldn't see what.

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