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Re: Bits (Nybbles?) from the Vancouver release team meeting

Scripsit Steve Langasek <vorlon@debian.org>

> In this instance, the current blocker is only an issue at all because
> ftp-master is not scaling well to handle all of the wanna-build ssh
> connections that are implied by the activation of another build queue...

Is there an underlying reason why the wanna-build management for all
architectures needs to happen on ftp-master? Speaking as an outsider,
I would expect that this task was relatively independent for each
architecture. Would it be a feasible long-range plan to let each
architecture have its own wanna-build running on some machine that can
sustain the load? If not, why not?

Henning Makholm                                  "Panic. Alarm. Incredulity.
                                   *Thing* has not enough legs. Topple walk.
                                  Fall over not. Why why why? What *is* it?"

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