Windows XP has been past end of life for quite some time. Nevertheless I have kept my instance running with three buildfarm members: frogmouth, currawong and brolga. Howeever, a recent commit (apparently fa2fa99, but I'm not 100% sure) started causing a compiler segmentation fault on frogmouth, the mingw/gcc-4.5.0 animal running on this machine.



I could try to remedy the problem, either by making a patch or updating the compiler, or I could retire frogmouth and keep the other animals running, or I could simply retire the machine. We have coverage of more modern instances of all these animals, so shutting down the machine probably wouldn't be any great loss, and would lessen my maintenance burden a bit :-).


Does anyone have any strong opinion in favor of keeping any of these animals running?


cheers


andrew



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