re-enable all nightly package builds
since libdbi is buggy in certain versions, some of the OBS builds are disabled.
When openbsc no longer uses libdbi, re-enable all openbsc i586 builds.
- osmo-trx, debian 8, i586
- openbsc, debian 8, i586
- osmo-bts, debian 8, i586
- openbsc, xubuntu 16.04, i586
- osmo-bts, xubuntu 16.04, i586
#8 Updated by neels almost 3 years ago
Possibly related to #1869?
Not sure: I don't think that OBS moves binaries between different CPUs during the build but as both tickets seems to be related to subtle CPU features check it might as well be that fixing one will resolve (or at least help to troubleshoot the other).
#10 Updated by msuraev over 2 years ago
- % Done changed from 30 to 40
The osmo-trx failure on i586 is caused by issue with AX_EXT in autoconf-archive in Debian Jessie. Upstream fix is tracked via https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=857754
#12 Updated by msuraev over 2 years ago
- % Done changed from 40 to 50
Current build failures seen to be mostly related to recent changes in libosmo-sccp (fix in gerrit 2404) and removal of obsolete packages in latest ubuntu (fixes in gerrit 2399 and 2400). While trying to reproduce problem locally I've submitted additional fix for libosmo-netif (gerrit 2401).
#14 Updated by msuraev over 2 years ago
- Checklist item osmo-trx, debian 8, i586 added
- Checklist item openbsc, debian 8, i586 added
- Checklist item osmo-bts, debian 8, i586 added
- Checklist item openbsc, xubuntu 16.04, i586 added
- Checklist item osmo-bts, xubuntu 16.04, i586 added
For the currently disabled packages - see the checklist. Note: osmo-bts is only disabled because it depends on failing (due to linked libdbi issue) openbsc. It make sense to re-check one msc-split is completed as it's affecting .deb packaging heavily.
#16 Updated by msuraev about 2 years ago
- % Done changed from 50 to 80
The issue is not present in https://build.opensuse.org/project/monitor/network:osmocom:nitb-split:nightly
Once they replace old nightly, we can close it.