On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 08:08:07AM +0200, Gert Wollny wrote:
> looking at the non-reproducibility of dcmtk [1], I found that for some
> reason on i386 in one build cmake obtains "x86_64" as system processor 
> versus "i686" the in other build. 

That's because for i386 one build is done with a i386 kernel, and the
other with a amd64 kernel, but both with a i386 userland.

> CMake supposedly uses "uname -p" to obtain this information and now I'm
> wondering about the build environment of the first build?

`uname -p` sounds like an ugly choice, also considering this:
mattia@chase ~ % uname -p
unknown

> Unfortunately, the provided logs are only for amd64.

Not sure what are you referring to here.
For i386 there are both logs for build builds done on i386.

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