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Re: [p2-dev] p2 director build accessing ganymede jar files
This problem is the topic of bug https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=241430
The current workaround is to remove/rename the two p2 files in the .settings folder of the install where you are running the director from.
Let us know if this helps.
Francis Upton ---25/09/2008 03:00:14 PM---I have been happily running p2 director to do an installation as part of my build process for some
Francis Upton <francisu@xxxxxxxx>
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25/09/2008 03:00 PM
[p2-dev] p2 director build accessing ganymede jar files
I have been happily running p2 director to do an installation as part of
my build process for some time now, and it normally completes in a few
seconds. It does not actually produce the correct result, but that's
the subject of another story.
My problem is that yesterday, my build just hung and then timed out when
running p2 director. It did this consistently, and I did not change
anything. After some debugging with kill -3 and wireshark, I saw that
it was trying to download files from downloads.eclipse.org. And of
course yesterday was 3.4.1 so that explained the huge delay.
As my youngest daughter (who is 2) says when confronted with certain
foods: "I don't like that".
Is there anyway to prevent it from checking remote sites when doing my
build? My repository (archive and content) is entirely local and the
installation of Eclipse I'm pointed to in my build is also local.
You have brains in your head.
You have feet in your shoes.
- Dr Seuss, Oh the Places You'll Go
Francis Upton IV
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