[llvm-dev] Update frequency of the LLVM APT repositories

Johan Engelen via llvm-dev llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Mon May 23 03:15:07 PDT 2016

Hi all,
  The LDC Travis CI builds depend on the llvm.org APT repositories and have
started to fail regularly while trying to obtain the packages from
llvm.org/apt. The packages are sometimes unavailable. For example at the
moment, llvm-3.9_3.9~svn270380-1~exp1_i386.deb is available but
not llvm-3.9_3.9~svn270380-1~exp1_amd64.deb, and so the build is broken.

Could this be related to the (afaik) recent change in update frequency? I
thought that before the packages were updated once a week, but now they are
updated once a day (or even more frequent). For us, this high update
frequency is not needed and updating once a week would be much nicer (we
try to keep a manually-built Windows LLVM package in-sync with the APT

Another cause of the problem may be that the APT packages seem to have
changed from amd64 to i386.

Thanks a lot for helping to resolve the Travis failures,
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