[LLVMdev] Buildbot now up and new build failures
isanbard at gmail.com
Mon Nov 3 13:58:54 PST 2008
That's cool. And I agree that it if didn't work, people would ignore
it. :-) At the moment, we have only Duncan and a couple of Fortran
guys to tell us when an Apple merge has broken something. I'm sure
that they would welcome an early detection system. :-)
On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 1:40 PM, Daniel Berlin <dberlin at dberlin.org> wrote:
> No :)
> I'm trying to start by having something that keeps people from
> breaking the build and tests (by letting them submit patches and being
> whiny 3 minutes after something breaks).
> Once that is done, we can move to something that keeps all the
> languages in good shape.
> I think if i simply made it do everything at once, people would just
> ignore it. At least, that's my experience :)
> I'm happy to have people edit the config files the master uses to tell
> the slaves what to do in terms of building/etc
> On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 3:49 PM, Bill Wendling <isanbard at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks! Is this doing a build of Ada and Fortran? :-)
>> On Sun, Nov 2, 2008 at 1:02 PM, Daniel Berlin <dberlin at dberlin.org> wrote:
>>> I set up a buildbot for llvm at http://google1.osuosl.org:8011/waterfall
>>> It builds every single revision of llvm, runs the testsuite, and
>>> reports the results. It takes about 3 minutes per build+test right
>>> now (it's an 8 core machine).
>>> Currently i have it building x86_64-linux.
>>> Setting up a builder/slave for any platform would be trivial.
>>> I simply don't have machines running anything but x86_64-linux that i
>>> can use for this purpose.
>>> It simply requires installing buildbot , and pointing it at this
>>> buildbot as it's master.
>>> You only need to be able to connect to the outside world, you don't
>>> have to be able to receive connections.
>>> Let me know if you have a machine/platform you want to connect to this
>>> as a build slave and i can walk you through it.
>>> It can also test patches for you and give you the results (currently
>>> this requires buildbot be installed on your machine, i will make it
>>> web/email accessible)
>>> I will add the dejagnu logs to the clickable links, as well as make it
>>> link to just the list of FAIL's so you don't have to search the log.
>>> I will also make it bootstrap llvm-gcc once or twice a day.
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