Re: Bug#759794: insighttoolkit4: FTBFS on amd64 with ENOSPC
On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 08:10:41PM +0200, Philipp Kern wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 03:34:32PM +0200, Gilles Filippini wrote:
> > insighttoolkit4 repeatedly FTBFS on amd64  because of ENOSPC. A
> > manual build on porterbox barriere.debian.org reported a need of ~44GB
> > while it failed on buildd barber at approx 37GB of disk space.
> >  https://buildd.debian.org/status/logs.php?pkg=insighttoolkit4&arch=amd64
> > I really don't know how the build space could be optimized. The only
> > solutions I can think of right now are:
> > * force the build on a buildd with at least 44GB of free space
> > * do a source + amd64 binary upload instead of source only upload.
> > Note: this is blocking the ongoing hdf5 transition.
> I wonder if we should standardize on 50 GB everywhere. But then at some point
> there needs to be a cut-off. And if the packaging could be optimized to need
> less (i.e. avoid unnecessary disk use), that'd be splendid.
I actually don't have an amd64 buildd that has both enough RAM and
disk space. Brahms is the only one with enough disk space, but it
only has 2 GB of RAM and gcc gets OOM killed there.
So if DSA can arange 50 GB of disk space on barber, it would could
build it there.
Since it was already build on the porterbox, do you plan to upload