Le samedi 4 juillet 2015, 17:30:47 Holger Levsen a écrit :
> > I think that Mattia's guess was closer:
> > >> Quite some FTBFS on our infrastructure are do to us using
> > >> DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=parallel=23 (e.g. very high) and some packages not
> > >> coping fine with it.
> interestingly he also tested building with -j4 and that didnt fail... :)

I guess this was linked to the load... I triggered it once
& mostly succeeded to heat the room even more.

Thank you very much for noticing this bug and for the hints,
when I filled it I felt it was like tossing a bottle in the sea.

Now, this src:cruft package is on end-of-life care;
I don't know what trigger the reproducible rebuilds,
but some FTFBS in the future are still possible as long
as there is no need to upload a new version of src:cruft;
please ignore these further FTBFS.

I've written my own proposal to get the whole cruft-handling fixed [1],
but that's not really a new idea either[2][3];
never had the time yet to dig in dpkg's code.

[1] https://wiki.debian.org/Cruft/purge
[2] https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2001/05/msg01346.html
[3] https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2004/02/msg01928.html


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