Review of armel regression FTBFSes
michael.hope at linaro.org
Tue Jul 13 05:01:16 BST 2010
I've knocked off a few of these. At least half are probably upstream
issues or ARM specific, but there's a few such as segfaults when
running tests that smell toolchain specific.
On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 1:49 AM, Loïc Minier <loic.minier at linaro.org> wrote:
> Matthias kicked an armel rebuild of Ubuntu main with a gcc-4.4 + Linaro
> diff package. The rebuild copy-archive is visible at:
> The failed logs are at:
> @Steve, you had offered help in reviewing the i386/amd64 rebuilds in
> the past (and I think Michael Hope was working on these); I would very
> much take help in reviewing the armel issues. Is this something the
> Foundations team could help with?
> I'd like to discuss organizing this review a bit.
> * First, we need to make sure we don't review the same build logs
> multiple times; the rebuild isn't over and builds are going to
> continue showing up; Matthias told me new build logs will show up at
> the top, so we only need to note the last package we reviewed.
> * We need some place tracking the build logs which we skipped (for
> which we didn't file a bug) and/or note last reviewed package; I
> propose to note this down in a wiki page.
> * For now, we should skip openjdk / java related issues; openjdk needs
> some bug fixing before we can consider using it on armel. Such
> issues should be documented along other instructions in the
> aforementioned wiki page.
> * I think we should skip packages which FTBFS on x86. Do we actually
> compare build logs before classifying these?
> * We should file bugs with some standard tags, perhaps linaro + armel?
> * I would like us to develop helpers to analyze build-logs; perhaps
> Lucas Nussbaum has something since he manages to analyze the grid5000
> rebuild logs decently. Ideally, these tools would also allow
> assigning build log reviews to people, leaving comments and such.
> Comments welcome!
> Loïc Minier
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