On Tue, 25 Dec 2007 21:40:22 -0500 Bernardo Innocenti <bernie codewiz org> wrote: > Has this always been the normal behavior? Not exactly. > I was under the > impression it worked differently just a couple of weeks ago. It was. A couple of weeks ago a much older mock / koji set was used on the builders. We would actually lose logging output as mock would overwrite certain log files during the build process. Now however that isn't happening. One of the changes is that everything is logged. The order is like so: buildroot init -> root.log srpm reconstruction to pick up arch specific BuildReqs -> build.log (since rpmbuild is used) BuildDeps install -> root.log finished rpm builds -> build.log It can be somewhat confusing, but using the mock exit codes can help. I'll be shortly working on some changes to koji so that the mock exit codes are translated into meaningful messages such as "error installing builddeps" or "error initing buildroot" or "error building package". These will be much better clues as to what log file holds the failure. -- Jesse Keating Fedora -- All my bits are free, are yours?
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