|Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Re: [epp-dev] status of ganymede packages|
Just fyi, we have investigated and other than the problem at midnight on the 13th all looks correct with Mylyn features (see Steffen's message below):
Date: Mar 14, 2008 12:22 AM
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From: Steffen Pingel <steffen.pingel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [epp-dev] status of ganymede packages
To: Eclipse Packaging Project <epp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Thanks for looking into that Markus. We changed the Mylyn ganymede update site not realizing that a build was running. Subsequently the Mar 13, 2008 00:13:29 GMT build failed since it was looking for an old Mylyn version. Looking at the logs it seems that thereafter the build kept failing due to unrelated I/O errors leaving the staging site in an inconsistent state.
The build status for the staging site is now green again:
Hopefully the next ganymede epp build will go through.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cross-project-issues-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cross-
> project-issues-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Markus Knauer
> Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 11:41 PM
> To: Eclipse Packaging Project; Cross project issues
> Subject: [cross-project-issues-dev] Re: [epp-dev] status of ganymede
> I know that there is a bug in EPP and build failures aren't reported in
> cases on the web page, but I had no time to fix it in the last few
> * Some weeks ago, the webmasters and I decided not to use the mirror
> for the nightly builds. That means that nothing has to be replicated
> and the
> results are available immediately after the build.
> * Since a few days, the Ganymede Staging Update Site isn't working any
> more. I
> hoped it would be fixed with the NFS parameter changes on the build
> at eclipse.org, but that seems not to be the case.
> If you look into the EPP Java package build log, you'll find e.g. a
> This feature is in the ganymede/staging site.xml, but it is *not*
> available in
> the features directory. That is the reason for the EPP build failures.
> don't know how this can happen.
> I'll add cross-projects as CC.
> On Friday 14 March 2008, David M Williams wrote:
> > a bit of both, I believe.
> > The "missing features" indicates a failed build,
> > the 404 often happens though, due to delay in the time the build is
> > and the time it's been replicated.
> > Not sure why the page shows green ... that must be a bug.
> > From:
> > Steffen Pingel <steffen.pingel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> > To:
> > epp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> > Date:
> > 03/13/2008 06:18 PM
> > Subject:
> > [epp-dev] status of ganymede packages
> > The ganymede status page shows that the ganymede Java, JEE and RCP
> > builds were successful for the latest build. If I follow any of the
> > package links on this page I get a 404 though:
> > The build log says that there are features missing:
> > Looking up features...Could not locate all of the requested
> features. A
> > list of missing features follows:
> > [...]
> > Does that indicate a failing build or is there just a problem with
> > downloads?
> > Steffen
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