so the mass rebuild is 24 hours in we have completed ~45% of the builds and
are at 365 packages failed to build the total number of builds in the mass
rebuild is 10404 we are churning along nicely. i expect to complete the first
pass sometime in the next 24 hours. so far i think its going pretty well
some web pages to look at http://ausil.fedorapeople.org/rebuild.html and
http://ausil.fedorapeople.org/failed.html these 2 pages are updated ~ every 10
minutes. Please drop into #fedora-devel on freenode if you have any questions.
I am running the x86_64 flavours of fully updated F14 and the current
Fedora development tree on a system which is equipped with a Radeon
X800 PCIe video adapter. After resuming from suspend, OpenGL is
broken, e.g. glxgears only shows a black window, and when mutter is
the default compositor/wm, then the desktop shows the mouse pointer on
top of an empty desktop showing the chosen background picture. Is
there --anybody-- out there who can report success for equivalent
hardware or is this feature currently unsupported for this model
Since the GNOME3 desktop relies by default on a proper function of
OpenGL, this issue will soon affect most users of comparable hardware
and even those who did not bother enabling desktop effects in the
I will be working on archiving fedora release 12 from
/pub/fedora/linux to /pub/archive/fedora/linux. The data should be
mostly across already, but I want to let people know that the changes
are occuring and that we will be making changes to Mirror manager
point from one to the other.
Stephen J Smoogen.
"The core skill of innovators is error recovery, not failure avoidance."
Randy Nelson, President of Pixar University.
"Let us be kind, one to another, for most of us are fighting a hard
battle." -- Ian MacLaren
Karl Vogel has an interesting discussion relevant to the bugzilla growth
and management issues from the 'abrt' debate. The blog is titled "Bug
Growth is Proportional to User Growth, and Bugs are not Technical Debt":
He makes a point that for a growing project it doesn't even make sense
to expect zero or constant bugs---instead, the challenge is how to
manage the infinite growth.
hi guys, i made some changes to md raid1 software, could fedora test
it? for me it work very nice =)
the raid1 new code is based in kernel 2.6.37
here is the new and old code:
just read_balance changed (4 modes: near_head(today)
round_robin(counter per mirror) stripe (like raid0, with shift for
make stripe less or more intensive), time based (depending on head
positioning time and read size it calculate the fasted mirror, some
new improvement must be done but it works, improvements= get io queue
of each mirror and many a time estimation of queue time, with it get
more close best disk)
it´s open source please help me testing it, neil at raid kernel must
some benchmarks to put it inside kernel source
for mixed speed mirrors time based is good,
for ssd only round_Robin is good (per mirror count, put 230 for
230mb/s, 150 for mb/s or multiples to make a good round robin)
for disks and/or ssd mixed or not, stripe is good
for disks only near head is good
Spadim Technology / SPAEmpresarial
I just tried
rpmbuild -ba blah.spec
configure: error: unrecognized options: --disable-dependency-tracking
So maybe I need to add
to regenerate configure for new option.
Nope. Still same error.