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builder setup

From: Mark Wielaard
Subject: builder setup
Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2005 12:40:05 +0100

Hi all, Hi list, seems to shape up nicely.

There were 3 reboot last night. I assume that was Jim doing a Xen

There were a couple of issues with email (the scripts now fake the
envelop sender with sendmail to look like emails come from that I have asked the sysadmin to look
at (we had the same issue with in the past, thinks it handles all of, but developer and
builder are special).

I tweaked the Ecj script that Anthony contributed a bit (also created a
toplevel Nightly/ecj dir that the script expects to be there) and
together with Tom debugged gcjx a little. The script now builds/runs 5
versions of ecj:
- build ecj bytecode with gcj -C
- build native ecj with gcj
- build ecj bytecode with gcjx
- build ecj with jamvm using gcj bytecode version
- build ecj bytecode with native-ecj
There should probably be a jacks run added to check that
ecj-built-by-ecj version is completely sane. The produced ecj hasn't
been wired into the other build/check scripts.

I currently have a screen session running with one screen doing:
source setup; while true; do Everything; Report Idle; sleep 3600; done
(The sleep is there to prevent builder going insane and spamming
classpath-testresults with failure messages.)
And another doing:
source setup; cd Nightly;
gij -cp /home/cpdev/ircbot/pircbot.jar:/home/cpdev/ircbot/cpbot.jar
(irc seems a bit flaky so sometimes our little bot needs to be restarted
by hand)

I haven't figured out how to easily share this screen setup. Screen
seems to not like being run from a sudo su cpdev session :{
Any hints or tips appreciated.

There is no real web frontend yet, but I did do:
ln -s /home/cpdev/Nightly/CurrentStatus /var/www/index.html 
so you can see what builder is doing by looking at

I am planning to create a new builder module in mauve to more easily
share the code next week with others as soon as we are reasonable happy
about the current script setup.



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