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From Damjan Jovanovic <>
Subject Re: Let's fix the Windows build bots
Date Thu, 04 Feb 2016 14:05:20 GMT
On Wed, Feb 3, 2016 at 1:48 PM, Jochen Nitschke <> wrote:

> On Wed, 3 Feb 2016 13:15:23 +0200 Damjan Jovanovic wrote:
> > So builds@ replied saying the buildbot was broken by an earlier bad
> commit
> > (not mine) and should be working now, and it was, but I ended up needing
> to
> > commit another patch (cydrive -> cygdrive typo in the path to "svn
> info").
> > That 1 byte patch cannot be wrong, yet the buildbot isn't using it now,
> > despite committing it hours ago.
> >
> > The website changes also haven't taken.
> but hey, its progress :-)
> could you follow the flow?
> commit
> wait 5 mins
> pull changes
> buildbot checkconfig  (on your local config files?)
> buildbot reconfig (wouldn't know how)
After mailing builds@ and infrastructure@, I ran into other IRC users on
#asftest, one of which (pono) helped, restarting the buildmaster. That got
it using the latest commits, which finally fixed "svn info" on aoo-win7 :-).

I then made further commits with the same "svn info" improvement and
bootstrap improvement for aoo-w7snap, and another on aoo-win7 to use "svn
export" instead of rsync to generate the build directory to test the theory
that the use of rsync is what breaks apr later (, but the commits weren't
going through again. Pono investigated, eventually finding the buildbot
configuration was up to date, but the buildbot wasn't using it; by
reloading the config (not sure how) (which caused the ooo-bot to
temporarily disconnect from IRC) it started using them again.

My aoo-w7snap fixes went through and "svn info" is now working there too,
but my aoo-win7 changes were less successful: my new svn export command was
preceded by "rm -rf build" which fails in the infamous apr module:

rm: cannot remove `build/ext_libraries/apr/': Device or resource busy

"Device or resource busy" is the same error that later breaks building apr,
and they seem related. I asked pono to look into what has that file opened
or locked and am waiting for that and other maintenance on aoo-win7.

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