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Re: ci.d.n direct access to experimental ?

Ansgar Burchardt writes ("Re: ci.d.n direct access to experimental ?"):
> On Fri, 2018-06-29 at 14:09 +0100, Ian Jackson wrote:
> >  4. Wait ???? hours (2-8 hours?) for deb.debian.net to have the
> >     updated package.
> ci.d.n seems to use incoming.debian.org where packages are published
> right after processing.  That's the earliest access we provide to
> uploaded packages (and the one buildds also use)
> Maybe the test runner needs to consider packages from the suite
> "buildd-experimental" as well as just "experimental"?  They have
> different names and the default pinning (to "1") might result in the
> newer version in the buildd suite not to be considered by ci.d.n.

I tried resubmitting my ci api request with a pin to
`buildd-experimental' but ci.d.n's apt didn't know what to do with

  Err:2 http://deb.debian.org/debian buildd-experimental Release

Full log at

Obviously either this is not the way to do it, or some more setup is
needed at the server side.


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