On Mon, 2011-08-29 at 19:13 +0100, Peter Robinson wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 4:06 AM, Jon Masters <jcm(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> > On Fri, 2011-08-26 at 09:51 -0400, Jon Masters wrote:
> >> To participate, visit the following link:
> > Just a quick update that we've had mock builders running around the
> > clock and that, at last count we had built almost 9,000 native ARMv7
> > RPMs for the Fedora 15 bootstrap effort. I'll keep everyone updated. If
> > you would like to contribute build cycles, please see my earlier mail,
> > and ping us on #fedora-arm (irc.freenode.org
) if you need assistance.
> Why don't we just get it running in koji? Once we can get a
> armv5tel/armv7hl running in koji we don't need to have people off
> doing their own thing and we can start moving forward as a group.
We need a provisional set of repos to populate Koji. Arguably we might
have enough now to get away with it, but we'd still wind up with lots of
buildroot and false FTBFS type failures as Koji couldn't find deps. For
better or worse, Dennis and I felt it was better to do a mock run first.
The Koji build will happen soon. We need to do one more build to make
sure we have every build dep in place during builds. Although we suspect
we're good even with stage4, we'd like to make sure we don't have
packages failing to enable features during build by doing it again in
what we call stage5. Then, we're done. Lots of nice things could be done
to improve this in the future, like bootstrap deps, etc.
We'll keep an eye on builds this week. Some packages need huge resources
to build, so they might be removed from the general list and built on a
box we have that has a lot more RAM than many of the other builders.
2 points here.
1) If the dep is missing it needs to be built..... that's the same
whether its mock or koji.
2) need to do the same on armv5tel even if its for the core buildroot
too. I don't see any movement on this.