(almost) all daily builds back to successful!
Cyril Brulebois <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2013-09-20):
> Daily build aggregator <email@example.com> (2013-09-20):
> > Debian installer build overview
> > -------------------------------
> > Failed or old builds: [ many ]
> We know there's apt's #723705, so I've decronned the build aggregator for now.
thankfully, apt developers quickly found out where the regression
reported in #723705 came from, and came up with a fix; apt was
uloaded yesterday, and made it possible to build d-i on almost
The only exceptions so far are:
- biber/i386, which has old builds (19th of september), likely because
of a recent issue on the buildd.
- praetorius/powerpc, which fails to build the cdrom part, apparently
because of that particular apt bug. I'm currently in touch with its
maintainer to figure out what happened; likely the chroot was't
automatically upgraded, and that's getting fixed. Before that, it
spent 10+ days without daily builds, due to a full filesystem.
I've recronned the daily aggregator (responsible for building up the
overview page), and mail notifications based on that page should
come back as well as a consequence. [Oops, I've actually too slow
typing this mail, a notification went in already; cdimage-logs
should look better next time.]
As I've mentioned lately, I'll try to work on keeping more build
logs, and making them easier to massage to find where regressions
come from; along with fixing stats (a configuration file has some
prerequisites that weren't obeyed when architectures got updated,
so stats are meaningless).