Build failure of postgres-xc

2013-10-06 Thread Michael Meskes
Hi,

I just noticed that Postgres-XC doesn't build on S390. However, Postgresql,
which Postgres-XC is based on, builds just fine. Could anyone of you give me a
pointer where I should look or tell upstream to look? I hope you've seen
similar problems before.

The log is here: 
https://buildd.debian.org/status/fetch.php?pkg=postgres-xcarch=s390ver=1.1-1stamp=1378820737

Thanks.

Michael

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Re: Results of the porter roll call (Was: Roll call for porters of architectures in sid and testing)

2013-10-06 Thread Sven Luther
Hi Niels,

I don't know upto what point you are familiar with my history and its link to 
the powerpc
port, but it pains me to see that the powerpc port is left with so few porters, 
and that it 
may mean the port being dropped. I also have not really followed the mailing 
lists since 
a long time, and don't know who is actually managing the powerpc port, but 
giving the (1) and 
0.5 remark, i guess there is not a full porter.

So given that, and provided debian may not see a problem again in me becoming 
active, i may
be interested in becoming active again as powerpc maintainer. Not sure what 
category you 
can include me in though, and what the formalities would be should i become 
active (and welcome)
in debian again.

Also, i am not really sure of the amount of time i will be able to devote to 
debian, and i will
have to take my powerpc hardware out of the storage area i put it in, but i 
guess it should be enough
to do powerpc porting work, provided other folk help me out. That said, i am 
also interested in the
powerpcspe port, as i am (slowly) working on a open-hardware Freescale P1010 
based board.

Anyway, please let me know if there is anything i can do.

Friendly,

Sven Luther

On Wed, Oct 02, 2013 at 09:45:35AM +0200, Niels Thykier wrote:
 Hi,
 
 The final results are in:
 
 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6
 hurd-i386  ||  5  ||   0 || 3 ||8
 ia64   || *0* ||   0 || 3 ||3
 kfreebsd-amd64 ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 kfreebsd-i386  ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 mips   ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 mipsel ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 powerpc[1] || (1) ||   0 || 2 ||   2.5?
 s390x  || *0* ||   0 || 0 ||   *0*
 sparc[2]   ||  1  ||   0 || 0 ||1
 
 [1] The (1) and .5 is from a I am not primarily a porter [...]-remark,
 so I wasn't sure how to count it.
 
 [2] By the looks of it, if sparc was replaced by sparc64, we could be
 looking at 3 in the Other-column rather than 0.
 
 NMs/DMs include DMs and people currently in NM process.  The Other
 column may include people who said they would like to become porters
 (but would need to be introduced to the job) and thus may imply some
 active recruiting from the current porters.  This is at least true for
 hurd-i386.
 
 
 
 The current policy says that we require 5 developers (i.e. DDs) for
 release architectures[AP], so based on that only amd64, i386 and
 hurd-i386 would pass this requirement.  It is quite possible we need to
 revise that requirement, but most of the architectures would (still) do
 well to attract a few more (DD) porters.
   I have attached a file with my notes of who are behind those numbers.
  If your name is missing or you believe I have miscounted something[CD]
 for an architecture listed in the table above, please reply to this
 email *promptly* (CC'ing me explicitly is fine) with your concerns or
 corrections.
 
 At this time, I have *not* updated the arch qualification table yet.  I
 will do that in a couple of days.  We will also follow up on this in the
 next bits from the release team.
 
 ~Niels
 
 [AP] http://release.debian.org/jessie/arch_policy.html
 
 [CD] I may (or may not) have been caffeine-deprived when I did the
 counting.  You are free to make assumptions about whether that has
 affected my ability to do addic^Htion or parsing your email(s) properly.
 

 Summary table:
 Arch   || DDs || NMs/DMs || Other || Total
 ---++-++-++---++--
 armel  ||  3  ||   0 || 1 ||4
 armhf  ||  3  ||   1 || 2 ||6
 hurd-i386  ||  5  ||   0 || 3 ||8
 ia64   || *0* ||   0 || 3 ||3
 kfreebsd-amd64 ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 kfreebsd-i386  ||  4  ||   0 || 2 ||6
 mips   ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 mipsel ||  1  ||   0 || 1 ||2
 powerpc[1] || (1) ||   0 || 2 ||   2.5?
 s390x  || *0* ||   0 || 0 ||   *0*
 sparc  ||  1  ||   0 || 0 ||1
 
 [1] Roger Leigh: I am not primarily a porter [...].
 
 armel: Wookey (DD), Gatis Visnevskis (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve 
 McInture (DD)
 armhf: Jeremiah Foster (!DD, but NM?), Wookey (DD), Justus Winter (!DD), 
 Lennart Sorensen (!DD), Nobuhiro Iwamatsu (DD), Steve McInture (DD)
 hurd-i386: Samuel Thibault (DD), Barry deFreese (DD), Thomas Schwinge (!DD), 
 Pino Toscano (DD), Svante Signell (!DD), Michael Banck (DD), Guillem Jover 
 (DD), Zhang Cong (!DD)
 kfreebsd-amd64: Christoph Egger (DD), Axel Beckert (DD), Petr Salinger (!DD), 
 Robert Millan (DD), Steven Chamberlain (!DD), Guillem Jover (DD)
 kfreebsd-i386: Christoph Egger (DD), Axel Beckert (DD), Petr Salinger (!DD), 
 

Re: Build failure of postgres-xc

2013-10-06 Thread Bastian Blank
On Sun, Oct 06, 2013 at 04:27:29PM +0200, Michael Meskes wrote:
 The log is here: 
 https://buildd.debian.org/status/fetch.php?pkg=postgres-xcarch=s390ver=1.1-1stamp=1378820737

It uses -fpic instead of -fPIC.

Bastian

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[PATCH 2/2] deb-pkg: Add automatic support for s390x architecture

2013-10-06 Thread Ben Hutchings
The Debian s390x architecture has 64-bit userland whereas s390 has
32-bit userland.  A 64-bit kernel can be used with either.  Now that
Debian supports multiarch and officially supports s390x, it makes more
sense to assign a 64-bit kernel package to s390x.

Signed-off-by: Ben Hutchings b...@decadent.org.uk
---
 scripts/package/builddeb | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/scripts/package/builddeb b/scripts/package/builddeb
index e14c56e..25c5abd 100644
--- a/scripts/package/builddeb
+++ b/scripts/package/builddeb
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ create_package() {
sparc*)
debarch=sparc ;;
s390*)
-   debarch=s390 ;;
+   debarch=s390$(grep -q CONFIG_64BIT=y $KCONFIG_CONFIG  echo x) 
;;
ppc*)
debarch=powerpc ;;
parisc*)

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