Re: pbuilder help (bug 334877)
Isaac Clerencia <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Friday, 21 October 2005 07:26, Thomas Bushnell BSG wrote:
>> I'm trying to solve bug 304932/334877.
>> I can reproduce the build failure using pbuilder, but not when I build
>> on my own system directly.
>> I would like to do the pbuilder build and then examine the failing
>> filesystem, but pbuilder always deletes the build directory, and the
>> manual gives no clear indication of how to prevent this. --debug says
>> that it only avoids cleanup in update and create.
> Use pbuilder hooks for that, they allow great flexibility, for example,
> examining the filesystem after failing or using ccache to speed up build
Well, this build takes a long time (at least 45 minutes from start to
failure). I'm getting tired of trying over and over again; it took me
about four hours of compiling to prove certainly that Blars suggestion
Can you give me a hook script that will give an interactive shell? I
tried the obvious:
which did not succeed; it ran the script, but apparently pbuilder
doesn't pass stdin/stdout down to the scripts.
Surely it's not too hard to have a "don't clean" option; after all, it
exists for the login and exec modes. Regardless, I'm back to "there
is no way to debug this problem".