Dagobert Michelsen | 10 Sep 15:22 2014

Python 2.7.8

Hi folks,

I just bumped Python to 2.7.8, feel free to give it a try:
  http://buildfarm.opencsw.org/experimental.html#python27

Best regards

  — Dago

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Carsten Grzemba | 4 Sep 07:57 2014
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Re: checkpkg2 problem

set environment variable PYTHONPATH=/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2

Am 04.09.14 schrieb rupert THURNER <rupert <at> opencsw.org>:

hi,

csw-upload-pkg gives an error message to run a command, copy pasting
to run it gives:

rupert <at> login : ~
$ /home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/bin/../lib/python/checkpkg2.py
--catalog-release unstable --os-release SunOS5.11
--catalog-architecture i386 7f82dd230aab95d460d7432f9f14149a
54c4e0afeb93b65d962ef784e0c591ba 721ce2d771f40083d13b7c58a18b520d
0d0076b9ee0ad5ec94c96b596b39988d 96b13d8079ba40b40416b3779131ffd2
63e8c45236d11e6f9dc87cd4f241e959 72f951411280f6f101dfad3fdd9c503d
8df35701cd5bb99b60bc1b80247b05eb
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/bin/../lib/python/checkpkg2.py",
line 16, in <module>
    from lib.python import checkpkg_lib
ImportError: No module named lib.python

rupert
rupert THURNER | 4 Sep 03:49 2014

Fwd:

hi,

csw-upload-pkg gives an error message to run a command, copy pasting
to run it gives:

rupert  <at>  login : ~
$ /home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/bin/../lib/python/checkpkg2.py
--catalog-release unstable --os-release SunOS5.11
--catalog-architecture i386 7f82dd230aab95d460d7432f9f14149a
54c4e0afeb93b65d962ef784e0c591ba 721ce2d771f40083d13b7c58a18b520d
0d0076b9ee0ad5ec94c96b596b39988d 96b13d8079ba40b40416b3779131ffd2
63e8c45236d11e6f9dc87cd4f241e959 72f951411280f6f101dfad3fdd9c503d
8df35701cd5bb99b60bc1b80247b05eb
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/bin/../lib/python/checkpkg2.py",
line 16, in <module>
    from lib.python import checkpkg_lib
ImportError: No module named lib.python

rupert

Jake Goerzen | 28 Aug 20:05 2014

cannot commit recipe update

Hello,

   I'm having trouble committing a recipe update to svn:

jgoerzen <at> unstable10x [global]:/home/jgoerzen/opencsw/libsdl/trunk > mgar 
commit -m "roll back to verison 1.2.14 to build a package without 
libsdl_devel stub" Committing changes.
svn: E000013: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: E000013: could not begin a transaction
zsh: 952 exit 1     mgar commit -m

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,
Jake

Jake Goerzen | 28 Aug 19:59 2014

cannot commit recipe update

Hello,

   I'm having trouble committing a recipe update to svn:

jgoerzen <at> unstable10x [global]:/home/jgoerzen/opencsw/libsdl/trunk > mgar 
commit -m "roll back to verison 1.2.14 to build a package without 
libsdl_devel stub" Committing changes.
svn: E000013: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: E000013: could not begin a transaction
zsh: 952 exit 1     mgar commit -m

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,
Jake

rupert THURNER | 25 Aug 08:14 2014

subversion security update, why i386 needs other settings than sunos ?

hi,

what is the reason that there is a difference on how to configure
checkpkg for solaris and i386? what i usually do is, comment and build
for solaris, then uncomment and build for i386.
http://sourceforge.net/p/gar/code/24048/

this time i got lazy and just submitted it anyway. but it really gets errors:
  /home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/bin/../lib/python/checkpkg2.py
--catalog-release unstable --os-release SunOS5.10
--catalog-architecture i386 7f82dd230aab95d460d7432f9f14149a
54c4e0afeb93b65d962ef784e0c591ba 721ce2d771f40083d13b7c58a18b520d
0d0076b9ee0ad5ec94c96b596b39988d 96b13d8079ba40b40416b3779131ffd2
63e8c45236d11e6f9dc87cd4f241e959 72f951411280f6f101dfad3fdd9c503d
8df35701cd5bb99b60bc1b80247b05eb

most of the time i m building with
SKIPTEST=1 mgar remerge repackage

rupert

rupert THURNER | 20 Aug 05:41 2014

mgar error when doing platforms

hi,

when building the security release of serf i got the following error
with the newest mgar:

rupert  <at>  unstable10x : ~/opencsw/libserf/trunk
$ mgar spotless remerge replatforms
.....
100% Time: 0:01:13
|###########################################################################################|
INFO 2014-08-20 04:34:03,449 checkpkg_lib.py:263 Unwrapping candies...
100% |#########################################################################################################|
INFO 2014-08-20 04:34:03,525 checkpkg_lib.py:878 Tasting candies one by one...
100% |#########################################################################################################|
INFO 2014-08-20 04:34:14,968 checkpkg_lib.py:914 Tasting them all at once...
WARNING 2014-08-20 04:35:49,216 rest.py:281 Blob 'elfdump' for
'38571bcc77c66fab71fe73f9b30cf780' was not found in the database
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar//bin/../lib/python/checkpkg2.py",
line 268, in <module>
    main()
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar//bin/../lib/python/checkpkg2.py",
line 215, in main
    exit_code, screen_report, tags_report = check_manager.Run()
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar/lib/python/checkpkg_lib.py",
line 937, in Run
    return super(CheckpkgManager2, self).Run()
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar/lib/python/checkpkg_lib.py",
line 301, in Run
    errors, messages, gar_lines = self.GetAllTags(self.sqo_pkgs_list)
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar/lib/python/checkpkg_lib.py",
line 921, in GetAllTags
    function(pkgs_data, check_interface, logger=logger, messenger=messenger)
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar/lib/python/package_checks.py",
line 331, in SetCheckLibraries
    depchecks.Libraries(*check_args)
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar/lib/python/dependency_checks.py",
line 245, in Libraries
    binary_elf_info = error_mgr.GetElfdumpInfo(binary_md5)
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar/lib/python/checkpkg_lib.py",
line 514, in GetElfdumpInfo
    return ElfinfoBlobToStruct(elfdump_data)
  File "/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar/gar/lib/python/checkpkg_lib.py",
line 178, in ElfinfoBlobToStruct
    symbols = elfdump_data['symbol table']
TypeError: 'NoneType' object is unsubscriptable
gmake: *** [pkgcheck] Error 2
gmake: Leaving directory `/home/rupert/opencsw/libserf/trunk'
Connection to unstable9s closed.
/home/rupert/opencsw/.buildsys/v2/gar//gar.pkg.mk:1068: recipe for
target 'platforms' failed
gmake: *** [platforms] Error 2

Maciej (Matchek) Bliziński | 19 Aug 18:07 2014

Passwordless ssh from unstable10s to login

Passwordless ssh from unstable10s to login is necessary. If you don't have it, you will see HTTP 401 errors when building packages.

Maciej
slowfranklin | 15 Aug 14:21 2014

Poll: finding the right package promotion time

Hi all,

as discussed on IRC, here's a quick poll which may help finding the right time it shall take for a package to
sink from unstable to testing.

It's 2 weeks atm, this was adopted from Debian.

http://doodle.com/9qwb8sxyfmiaqxx2

Cheers!
-slow
Maciej (Matchek) Bliziński | 10 Aug 22:54 2014

[GAR] Problems downloading sources via https on Solaris 9

unstable9s 22:47:02 ~/.../powertop/trunk $ mgar makesum
[===== NOW BUILDING: powertop-2.6.1 =====]
        [prerequisite] complete for powertop.
 ==> Grabbing work/download/powertop-2.6.1.tar.gz
        ==> Trying file://files/powertop-2.6.1.tar.gz
        ==> Trying file:///home/src/powertop-2.6.1.tar.gz
        ==> Trying
https://01.org/sites/default/files/downloads/powertop/powertop-2.6.1.tar.gz
--2014-08-10 22:47:14--
https://01.org/sites/default/files/downloads/powertop/powertop-2.6.1.tar.gz
Resolving proxy (proxy)... 192.168.1.6
Connecting to proxy (proxy)|192.168.1.6|:3128... connected.
ERROR: The certificate of `01.org' is not trusted.
ERROR: The certificate of `01.org' hasn't got a known issuer.
(!!!) Failed to download work/download/powertop-2.6.1.tar.gz!
gmake: *** [work/download/powertop-2.6.1.tar.gz] Error 255

On our Solaris 10 hosts it works fine. It it that our OpenSSL packages
were fixed for Solaris 10, but not for Solaris 9? Have we stopped
building OpenSSL for Solaris 9? If we did, we need to make it clear on
the website that the OpenSSL security fixes that we release are for
Solaris 10 and 11 only.

Maciej

Our package statistics page

http://www.opencsw.org/get-it/package-statistics/

These numbers are wrong, because the code which generates the packages
does not support package deletions, it only handles new packages and
updated packages.

I think we should do one of:

1. Convince William to implement support for package deletions
2. Find a volunteer to implement support for package deletions
3. Delete the statistics page

Thoughts?

Maciej


Gmane