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Re: buildd administration

On Fri, Dec 09, 2005 at 09:40:11PM -0800, Thomas Bushnell BSG wrote:
> Anthony Towns <aj@azure.humbug.org.au> writes:
> > Requeue requests are part of handling logs... You get a failed log, you
> > analyse it to say "oh, that's a transient error due to other things"
> > then you requeue it... If that analysis comes from reading a mail,
> > great.
> So why was the request ignored for a month?  Why did my email result
> in no action, twice, not even a response?

I've told you what I'd need to answer that question already.

> Perhaps you don't know the answer to these questions.  But then how
> can you so surely assert that there is no problem?

Easy: the best tools we've got to judge whether buildds are keeping up
are the buildd graphs which indicate that with the exception of m68k
and arm (hrm, and possibly hppa), all our ports are doing extremely well.

Although I guess that's different from saying there's "no problem" if
you're being pedantically literal. I have no interest in that sort of
discussion though. *shrug*


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