On Wed, 2019-08-28 at 07:13 -0400, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
On Tue, 27 Aug 2019, Alessio wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 27, 2019, 7:07 PM Robert P. J. Day <rpjday(a)crashcourse.ca> wrote:
> what is the *proper* ISO to install that will eventually get me to
> fedora 31? thanks.
> I think you should look here:
> Check the STATUS file to see if the building is still in progress.
i'm still curious about the meaning of the STATUS file there, as
what i see currently is:
COMPOSE_ID = Fedora-31-20190826.n.0
STATUS = FINISHED_INCOMPLETE
but if i wander down to find the ISO, i get what appears to be a
so i don't know what FINISHED_INCOMPLETE means in the context of what
appears to be a perfectly complete and working ISO.
We build a lot more than the Workstation live image as part of the
compose process. We build other live images, installer images, ARM disk
images, Cloud images and various other things.
The various things that can be produced by a compose are categorized as
'critical' or 'not critical'. If any single 'critical'
fails to build successfully, the compose is considered a failure and
the status will be set to DOOMED. All remaining tasks in the compose
are abandoned at that point. If any single 'not critical' deliverable
fails to build successfully, the compose continues without that
deliverable; if all 'critical' deliverables then complete successfully,
the compose will be considered a success but with the status
FINISHED_INCOMPLETE. Only if *all* deliverables, critical and non-
critical, are built successfully will the status be FINISHED.
There are so many deliverables for Branched and Rawhide composes that
at least one of them fails just about every time. I'm not sure we've
ever had a FINISHED Rawhide or Branched compose.
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