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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] Did have method to disable obs check requires in cycle?
  • From: Jian Lee <lijian.gnu@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2009 11:15:38 +0800
  • Message-id: <200912231115.40740.lijian.gnu@xxxxxxxxx>
Thanks, Adrian

Yes, the method to drop rebuild event before is wrong, all schedule
was stopped. So, the adventure is failed :-)

I've considered 'meta change' before, but have not test that idea
because confused by the exact meanings of 'meta change'. Could you
give me a exact description ?

Now, I'm testing to drop 'meta change' event for rebuild, by add a
"next;" before set $reason :

# Jian Lee: drop 'meta change' event for rebuild
my @diff = diffsortedmd5(0, \@meta, \@new_meta);
print " - $packid ($packtype)\n";
print " $_\n" for @diff;
print " meta change, start build\n";
$reason = { 'explain' => 'meta change', 'packagechange' =>
sortedmd5toreason(@diff) };

I'll report that result.


Tuesday 22 December 200918:28:45Adrian Schröter <adrian@xxxxxxx> 写道:

Am Dienstag, 22. Dezember 2009 10:57:37 schrieb Jian Lee:
Thanks, Adrian

but how to set cycle of 3 ?

You can't set it somewhere, you can just change your package
dependencies so
that the cycles will reduce.

Check the scheduler log file output to see your current cycles.

I'm hacking the bs_sched script, and want it to drop pkgs which

relsync can be configured via, no need to change the
scheduler for

What you want is to avoid the trigger on "meta change" and only
trigger on
source change. Check for "meta change" string in the code.

But be warned, you will most likely quite often build broken
repostories. You
will hunt problems in your packages which comes and go and you will
never know
when you have a clean state which can be tested.



Adrian Schroeter
SUSE Linux Products GmbH
email: adrian@xxxxxxx


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