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Re: [PATCH] hydra: Use the new 'systems' field for build-machine definit

From: Maxim Cournoyer
Subject: Re: [PATCH] hydra: Use the new 'systems' field for build-machine definitions.
Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2020 23:06:36 -0400
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Hello Mathieu,

Mathieu Othacehe <> writes:

> Hello Maxim,
>>         (fast/hurd (filter (compose childhurd-ip? build-machine-name) fast)))
>>    (append overdrive (map aarch64->armhf overdrive)
>>        armv7
>> -      x86_64 (map x86_64->i686 x86_64)
>> +      x86_64
>>        (map x86_64->qemu-aarch64 fast)
>>        (map x86_64->qemu-armhf fast)
>>            (map x86_64->childhurd fast/hurd)))
> You could also get rid of "x86_64->qemu-aarch64" and
> "x86_64->qemu-armhf" adding:

The reason I've kept those in is that they are used to dial the speed
field of the emulated build machines down, to prefer native hardware.
I'm not sure if this is still useful / worth the additional complexity?

> (define template-x86_64
>   (match-lambda
>     ;; Prefer building on the new nodes.
>     ((name key 128)
>      (build-machine
>       (name name)
>       (user "hydra")
>       (systems ("x86_64-linux" "i686-linux"
>                 "aarch64-linux" "armhf-linux"))
>       (host-key key)
>       (compression "no")
> Otherwise, this looks good :)

Thanks! I don't have SSH access to these machines, but it'll be
necessary to reconfigure them before updating those files.


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