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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: Continuum thinks a build is running
Date Wed, 30 Aug 2006 09:32:41 GMT
ok, you need to modify the state and end time in buildResult table too.

Emmanuel

Artamonov, Juri a écrit :
> Ok, Emmanuel,
> 
> Seems you didn't get the issue.
> 
> The issue that states for all components in the database are set to "2" but me and as
you see another user still has the projects listed in "History" that are building. For example,
this from histroy
> 
> Build # Start Time End Time   State   
> 9  29.08.2006 15:06:40 29.08.2006 15:07:07 Duration : 27 sec   Result 
> 8  29.08.2006 14:40:37 29.08.2006 14:41:04 Duration : 27 sec   Result 
>  29.08.2006 14:31:25  Started since : 21 h 49 min 9 sec   Result 
> 7  29.08.2006 14:25:59 29.08.2006 14:26:28 Duration : 28 sec   Result 
>  29.08.2006 14:15:34  Started since : 22 h 5 min 0 sec   Result 
>  29.08.2006 14:12:56 29.08.2006 14:13:04 Duration : 8 sec   Result 
> 6  29.08.2006 13:10:04 29.08.2006 13:10:52 Duration : 47 sec   Result 
> 5  28.08.2006 20:01:28 28.08.2006 20:01:55 Duration : 26 sec   Result 
> 4  17.08.2006 16:06:54 17.08.2006 16:07:23 Duration : 29 sec   Result 
> 3  11.08.2006 16:52:37 11.08.2006 16:52:59 Duration : 21 sec   Result 
> 2  11.08.2006 16:48:04 11.08.2006 16:48:27 Duration : 22 sec   Result 
> 1  11.08.2006 16:45:54 11.08.2006 16:46:17 Duration : 22 sec   Result 
> 
> You see two times
> 
> 29.08.2006 14:31:25  Started since : 21 h 49 min 9 sec   Result 
> 29.08.2006 14:12:56 29.08.2006 14:13:04 Duration : 8 sec   Result 
> 
> I started the project and continuum still think that it's required to be built but in
this we can still start another goals from this or any other component.
> 
> How we can fix this?
> 
> Juri.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Emmanuel Venisse [mailto:emmanuel@venisse.net] 
> Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 12:14 PM
> To: continuum-users@maven.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Continuum thinks a build is running
> 
> 
> 2 is ok
> 
> other values for state are:
> 2=ok
> 3=failure
> 4=error
> 6=building
> 7=checking out
> 8=updating
> 
> Emmanuel
> 
> Artamonov, Juri a écrit :
>> Emmanuel,
>>
>> You always saying "you need to modify the project state" but never 
>> saying on what vakue it should be changed.
>>
>> Ok, what correct value should be for the projects? I see all projects' 
>> state set to "2", is it ok?
>>
>> Juri.
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Emmanuel Venisse [mailto:emmanuel@venisse.net]
>> Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 9:38 AM
>> To: continuum-users@maven.apache.org
>> Subject: Re: Continuum thinks a build is running
>>
>>
>> If the workaround doens't work, you need to modify the project state 
>> in database with a sql client
>> like Squirrel.
>>
>> Emmanuel
>>
>> yazsaw7 a écrit :
>>> Any other advice that you can offer to stop a particular build? I 
>>> have
>>> a build that appears to be hung for more than 1 day.
>>>
>>> i have restarted continuum and clicked 'Build All' and my build is
>>> still running in the background. I can still kick off new builds, but 
>>> i can't stop the one build.
>>>
>>> thx,
>>> jason
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Emmanuel Venisse wrote:
>>>> It's a known bug.
>>>>
>>>> The workaround is:
>>>> - restart Continuum
>>>> - press the "build all" button at the bottom of the summary page
>>>>
>>>> Emmanuel
>>>>
>>>> Jerry DuVal a écrit :
>>>>> Our server was restarted during a build and now Contiuum thinks the
>>>>> build is still running and will not start any other builds.  Any way

>>>>> to clear continuum?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>
>>
>>
> 
> 
> 
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