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Re: weekly-builds 2012-10-15: missing images

On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 12:32:01AM +0200, Andrey Gursky wrote:
>2012/10/16, Steve McIntyre <steve@einval.com>:
>> On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 02:35:31PM +0200, Andrey Gursky wrote:
>>>Dear debian-cd team,
>>>despite the following message on the main page:
>>>Possible bugs affecting the weekly builds
>>>No bugs found
>>>Last bug check: 2012-10-16 12:10:02 UTC
>>>only checksums and lists are updated, but there are no images at all.
>>>So "no bugs" reminded me of "no woman, no cry" ;)
>> Oops, sorry! I was tweaking the build wrapper scripts while working on
>> the wheezy d-i beta 3 build and broke the section of the weekly script
>> that copies the files into place when they're created. Now fixed, and
>> I'm copying them in. Should be fixed shortly.
>Steve, I'm glad you could quickly track it down following the hot trail, thanks!

No problem, thanks for the problem report! :-)

>By the way, can be these scripts observed through web/git or are they
>debian build servers internals?

The scripts we're using are in an area of the debian-cd svn:


and they're released every now and again in the "contrib" section of
the debian-cd package too. They're not very pretty, and they're quite
specific to our setup...

>And just one question more (I have for years): I couldn't find
>mirrors for weekly-builds. Are there any reasons for this, is the
>weekly update too frequently for servers offering mirroring?

You've got it, yes. There's also not enough traffic generally to
justify mirroring them - the central cdimage server setup in Sweden
has a very good net connection already. It's only when we get massive
downloads for releases that we really need to spread the load.

Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.                                steve@einval.com
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