> Package: diffoscope
> Version: 77
> Severity: important
> So, yesterday we tried to re-enable artifacts saving on jenkins, and the
> disc filled again because of GBs of temporary files left around.
> In a log the only message I see is:
> |Wed Feb 15 23:28:21 UTC 2017 I: diffoscope 77 will be used to compare the
> two builds:
> |E: Caught signal ‘Terminated’
> |Thu Feb 16 03:30:35 UTC 2017 E: otb failed to build reproducibly in
> experimental on i386.
> I have yet to try to reproduce it this time (and weird, because in when
> I tried before reenabling the saving artifacts it did clean up for me).
Where did you do this? On the page for otb on tests.r-b.org in the rbuild.log I
Mon Jan 23 04:11:07 UTC 2017 I: diffoscope 69 will be used to compare the two
E: Caught signal ‘Terminated’: terminating immediately
E: Caught signal ‘Terminated’
Mon Jan 23 06:11:14 UTC 2017 E: otb failed to build reproducibly in unstable
This possibly means diffoscope got a second SIGTERM whilst it was trying to
clean up the first one. But this isn't present in your example above.
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