Came across an oddity today and I'm not sure if it's mock or yum that's
I'm running with these updates from updates-testing (on an FC7 host):
My rawhide mock config points to a single baseurl for the fedora repo,
and goes through a local squid proxy. I'm also using autocache.
From time to time packages cannot be retrieved over the network,
perhaps due to the mirror being in mid-sync, or maybe transient network
Sometimes this results in one or more (but not all) packages not being
available to populate a buildroot when running mock. When this happens,
mock is not terminating the build during the setup phase, and allows it
to continue to the build phase. I noticed this problem because it often
results in a failed build due to to some important missing buildreq.
More worrying though is the possibility that a missing buildreq package
may be needed only to enhance the functionality of the package being
built. In such cases the overall build may succeed but produce a package
with reduced functionality, and be different from the same package
rebuilt by someone else on their own system.
So is this yum not returning a proper exit code, or mock ignoring it?
I'm not sure.
Is this a known issue? I couldn't see anything that looked like this in