On 2016-03-05, Holger Levsen wrote: > On Donnerstag, 3. März 2016, Vagrant Cascadian wrote: >> This new board recognizes all 4GB of ram, yay! >> >> ff4a-armhf-rb.debian.net: >> Firefly-RK3288, quad-core rockchip 3288 (A12/A17?), 4GB ram > > yay indeed & added to jenkins! > >> Well, got eSATA working finally, so decided to run with it! >> >> bbx15-armhf-rb.debian.net: >> BeagleBoard-X15, dual-core TI AM57xx (a15), 2GB ram > > more yay & also added :) > > I've also added 8 new builder jobs for armhf to make use of them!
Thanks! Anticipating spikes in the graphs... >> Also, all the Odroid-XU4 (odxu4*) boards now recognize all 8 cores! >> I >> don't know if that requires any manual configuration to take advantage >> of them, > > yes, pbuilder uses all available cores for each build job. Ah, looking at: https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/reproducible.html env DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="parallel=XXX" DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="parallel=YYY" XXX for amd64: 18 or 17 YYY for amd64: 17 or 18 (!= the first build) XXX for armhf: 4 or 2 YYY for armhf: 1 or 3 I guess it must just use the number of CPUs for first build, and number of CPUs-1 for the second build (at least on armhf)? >> or if they sould take on a few more build jobs... > > As I see it, diskspace and RAM are the limiting factors for defining the > number of concurrent build jobs, so I came up with this: > > # 8 jobs for quad-cores with 4 gb ram > # 6 jobs for octo-cores with 2 gb ram > # 6 jobs for quad-cores with 2 gb ram > # 3 jobs for dual-cores with 1 gb ram > # 3 jobs for quad-cores with 1 gb ram > > So no more jobs for odxu4 boards ;) Just added bbx15, a dual-core with 2GB of ram (and relatively fast cpus), not sure where to fit that in the picture. Maybe 4 or 5 jobs would actually be appropriate. > Thanks for maintaining all these nodes! It's totally awesome to get so much > build power and usefulness out of such a zoo of hardware and cables! 8-) And thanks for maintaining the other side of the infrastructure! :) live well, vagrant
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