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From Niklas Gustavsson <nik...@protocol7.com>
Subject Re: Tuscany Husdon build timeout while archiving artifacts
Date Mon, 11 Oct 2010 09:16:05 GMT
On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 10:52 AM, Simon Laws <slaws@apache.org> wrote:
> While our most recent builds are failing for legitimate reasons, when
> the build runs further it fails due to a timeout as Hudson tries to
> archive build artifacts, e.g. [1]. It seems to take a long time for
> each archive step and fails when it tries to copy a large tar file.  I
> looked to see if I could turn this archive step off but the "Archive
> Artifacts" check box for the build is not selected as far a I can
> tell. Our timeout is set to 400 which you would image would be
> sufficient to copy some data. So anyone any idea...
> Why the archive step takes such a long time?

There has been a bug in Hudson where the streams running over the
socket to a slave would deadlock during archiving. This is supposed to
be fixed in 1.380 which I deployed yesterday. Do you still see these
problems after yesterday?

> Why is it doing it when it's apparently not enabled (is it forced by
> one of the other selections we have)?

Some archiving, if I understand things correctly, will be done by Hudson itself.


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