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Re: [PATCH 1/7] gnu: gobject-introspection: Update to 1.44.0.

From: Mark H Weaver
Subject: Re: [PATCH 1/7] gnu: gobject-introspection: Update to 1.44.0.
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2015 18:22:33 -0400
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Mark H Weaver <address@hidden> writes:

> Andreas Enge <address@hidden> writes:
>> Well, in an ideal world, these two patch sets would be built separately,
>> so that any failure could be attributed to one or the other. So I would
>> not call two rebuilds "wasted work" in such a context.
> Agreed.  If our build farm had enough capacity, this would be ideal.
> I should not have said "wasted work".
> Unfortunately, our build farm capacity is quite limited, and its master
> machine is currently lacking in RAM and has extraordinarily poor disk
> performance.  For these reasons, at present, it requires a great deal of
> hand-holding to keep it from becoming overloaded to the point of being
> unusuable.  I do a lot of that work myself, so I'm sensitive to the
> issue.
> I'm currently working on building the new which will
> hopefully perform much better, although we will still need to work
> within our build capacity constraints until we have many more build
> slaves.

As you can see, even with the trimming of unnecessary jobs that I have
already done, Hydra has too much to do and is making very slow progress.

I would like to propose that we merge 'wip-glib' into 'core-updates',
remove the 'wip-glib' branch and jobset, and focus Hydra on building all
of 'core-updates'.

What do you think?


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