On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 12:03 PM, Greg Von Kuster <g...@bx.psu.edu> wrote:
> Hello Peter,
> We've eliminated the use of fabric for installing tool dependencies on the
> test tool shed, and with this change I've seen the test tool shed fail at
> the same point the past 3 runs.  It fails attempting to compile boost where
> it times out ( we have abuildbot timeout set at 36000 seconds if nothing
> occurs).  This error occurs about half way through Stage 1 of the test run,
> so about 1/2 of the tool dependency definition repositories are not tested
> and no tests are run for repositories with tools.

Ah. So the apparently random split in behaviour for the BLAST+
packages may just be down to if they were in the first or second
half of the repositories?

> The following log shows the repeaated compilation error.  We'll be
> investigating approaches for handling issues like this.  Now that we've
> eliminated fabric we'll have many more options for handling installation
> issues like this.  Of course, if it turns out that our new code that
> eliminated fabric caused this, we'll get a fix in.

If push comes to shove, you could declare BOOST an expected
library to be pre-installed?

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