Hi, two days ago the .ipk packages for the first time were tested (mostly) successfully and today https://reproducible.debian.net/openwrt/openwrt.html shows that 209 (98.5%) out of 212 built packages were reproducible in our test setup. The remaining offender is busybox, which is reproducible in Debian, see https://reproducible.debian.net/busybox
So far, so very great! :-) https://jenkins.debian.net/view/reproducible/job/reproducible_openwrt/31/console shows the build from two days ago, were ramimps didnt reach 98.5% because openssl failed to build, thus causing other packages to fail to build. Just rescheduling the job "fixed" that, so I assume openssl was once again build with -j, which doesn't work reliably (according both to my experience and an openssl developer I've spoken to yesterday). That said, I do recall having seen a commit forcing "-j 1" when building openssl for openwrt, so I'm wondering whether that commit was limited to some archs only or maybe was removed again? cheers, Holger
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