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From sebb <>
Subject Re: buildbot / CI
Date Mon, 28 Jul 2014 20:06:44 GMT
On 28 July 2014 20:57, P. Ottlinger <> wrote:
> Hi Sebb,
> thanks for your input.
> Am 28.07.2014 um 11:59 schrieb sebb:
>>> Wouldn't it be useful to have a Jenkins job for site:site running daily
>>> to check whether something goes wrong during site generation? One
>>> shouldn't be flooded with warnings upon releasing RAT.
>>> What do you think?
>> A daily build seems excessive given the rate of changes to the source.
> I see your point.
> What about requesting a new job that performs a site:site and is
> triggered by any SVN change?
> Can I request such a job or do I need PMC approval?

Just set it up yourself.

>>> Do we need the buildbot at all? Isn't Jenkins sufficient enough? Or are
>>> there other downstream projects that rely on the buildbot infrastructure?
>> It's useful to have multiple builds on different architectures.
>> So if possible, let's fix the Buildbot build.
> I see that point as well, but cannot read anything into the error output
> of buildbot. In contrast to that I'm able to comprehend Jenkins ....
> How do you understand the error message:
> Did the timeout occur during svn update? During build start?

Looks to me like the script is expecting output from "rm -rf" which is
normally silent.
Probably a bug in the script.

> Who can help in case buildbot is just not able to perform a checkout
> before triggering a build?

> Thanks,
> Phil

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