Maciej (Matchek) Blizinski
maciej at opencsw.org
Fri Jul 31 16:25:45 CEST 2009
On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 3:09 PM, Peter FELECAN<pfelecan at opencsw.org> wrote:
> "Maciej (Matchek) Blizinski" <maciej at opencsw.org> writes:
>> On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 11:42 AM, Peter FELECAN<pfelecan at opencsw.org> wrote:
>>> "Maciej (Matchek) Blizinski" <maciej at opencsw.org> writes:
>>>> On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 11:31 AM, Peter FELECAN<pfelecan at opencsw.org> wrote:
>>>>> "Maciej (Matchek) Blizinski" <maciej at opencsw.org> writes:
>>>>>> 2. Avoid building certain blacklisted packages. Optional: schedule
>>>>>> periodic or nightly builds for those packages.
>>>>> -1 as it defeats the purpose; in addition, there is no night for an
>>>>> international community as ours...
>>>> Automatic builds for some packages are better than automatic builds
>>>> for no packages, so it doesn't defeat the purpose completely. Also, we
>>>> could do actual measurements: how big is the impact on the
>>> Maybe. But not on the effective build stack, please.
>> Where are large packages currently built? I thought that all packages
>> must be built on the buildfarm. Next time there's an on-going
>> compilation of a large package, we can do the measurements.
> Some weeks ago we had I/O issues when gcc3, OpenOffice and Firefox where
> built in the same period. What I'm saying, is *automatic build must be
> done on a different hardware stack*
buildbot won't build more than one package on a single system. It
might build more than on the same hardware, because it doesn't know
about the VM layout.
>> The GAR packages will be the main focus now, since they comprise about
>> 91% builds (that I know of, that is, ~1083 out of ~1186). Once we're
>> there, we can extend support to other build sources. Of course, it
>> would make it easier to implement if a code repository was available
>> to buildbot.
> Are you sure for the figures above?
Do you want to argue about the figures? :-)
I counted the packages I knew about: the number of subdirectories in
mgar/pkg, plus mgar/pkg/cpan, plus number of packages listed on your
maitainer page. Feel free to offer better figures! :-)
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