[Fwd: PGBuildfarm member narwhal Branch HEAD Status changed from OK to InstallCheck failure]

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[Fwd: PGBuildfarm member narwhal Branch HEAD Status changed from OK to InstallCheck failure]

Dave Page-3
This was another occurance of the strange create index failure on
Narwhal - unfortunately, despite having 'keep_error_builds' => 1 in my
BF config it seems to have removed the tree so I can't get the dump that
Tom wanted.

Does anyone know why the keep_error_builds option didn't work in this
case? Or have I misinterpreted it's meaning?

Regards, Dave.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: PGBuildfarm member narwhal Branch HEAD Status changed from OK
to InstallCheck failure
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 19:34:34 -0700 (PDT)
From: PG Build Farm <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email],
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The PGBuildfarm member narwhal had the following event on branch HEAD:

Status changed from OK to InstallCheck failure

The snapshot timestamp for the build that triggered this notification
is: 2007-04-26 02:00:01

The specs of this machine are:
OS:  Windows Server 2003 R2 / 5.2.3790
Arch: i686
Comp: GCC / 3.4.2 (mingw-special)

For more information, see
http://www.pgbuildfarm.org/cgi-bin/show_history.pl?nm=narwhal&br=HEAD

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Re: [Fwd: PGBuildfarm member narwhal Branch HEAD Status changed from OK to InstallCheck failure]

Andrew Dunstan
Dave Page wrote:
> This was another occurance of the strange create index failure on
> Narwhal - unfortunately, despite having 'keep_error_builds' => 1 in my
> BF config it seems to have removed the tree so I can't get the dump that
> Tom wanted.
>
> Does anyone know why the keep_error_builds option didn't work in this
> case? Or have I misinterpreted it's meaning?
>


Well, "anyone" will usually be me ;-)

To the best of my knowledge and belief it does work. This is the code it
should cause to be executed:

        my $timestr = strftime "%Y-%m-%d-%H:%M:%S", localtime($now);
        move("$pgsql", "pgsqlkeep.$timestr");
        move("inst", "instkeep.$timestr") if (-d "inst") ;

Please see if you can trap the script stdout/stderr somewhere so that next
time it fails you can send it to me.

How exactly do you have the buildfarm runs automated? Maybe that does a
little cleaning of its own?

cheers

andrew





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Re: [Fwd: PGBuildfarm member narwhal Branch HEAD Status changed from OK to InstallCheck failure]

Dave Page-3
Andrew Dunstan wrote:

> Dave Page wrote:
>> This was another occurance of the strange create index failure on
>> Narwhal - unfortunately, despite having 'keep_error_builds' => 1 in my
>> BF config it seems to have removed the tree so I can't get the dump that
>> Tom wanted.
>>
>> Does anyone know why the keep_error_builds option didn't work in this
>> case? Or have I misinterpreted it's meaning?
>>
>
>
> Well, "anyone" will usually be me ;-)

Yeah, I know but I didn't want to presume :-)

> To the best of my knowledge and belief it does work. This is the code it
> should cause to be executed:
>
> my $timestr = strftime "%Y-%m-%d-%H:%M:%S", localtime($now);
> move("$pgsql", "pgsqlkeep.$timestr");
> move("inst", "instkeep.$timestr") if (-d "inst") ;
>
> Please see if you can trap the script stdout/stderr somewhere so that next
> time it fails you can send it to me.

I already log the run output - there's nothing unusual in there.

> How exactly do you have the buildfarm runs automated? Maybe that does a
> little cleaning of its own?

A simple batch script, run from the task scheduler which fires off the
script. It doesn't do any cleanup at all.

Regards, Dave.