On Wed, 22 Aug 2007 08:34:44 -0500 Rex Dieter <rdieter math unl edu> wrote: > the 'newRepo' task runs about every ~20 minutes (give or take). Actually the newRepo task runs when a package is tagged that would be seen by a build collection. The time it takes a newRepo command to complete is somewhere around 20 minutes, depending on the buildsystem load. Now there are cases where many packages finish building while a current newRepo task is running. We don't start a newRepo task for each of those builds, instead we just know that as soon as the current repo task is complete to start a new one, or something along those lines. If you're working on the devel branch, you can make use of chain-build (make help) which will allow you to set up a chain of builds that will automatically wait for the previous link in the chain to be available in buildroots before building the next link in the chain. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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