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    Default Package is scheduled forever

    I have a local OBS installation with one project that contains one package, one worker and the package is scheduled for hours. The scheduler is running and only logs

    Code:
    starting build service scheduler
    reading old state...
      - changed_high
      - changed_low
      - changed_med
      - delayedfetchprojpacks
      - globalnotready
      - lookat
      - lookat_oob
      - lookat_oobhigh
      - projpacks
      - projsuspended
      - prpfinished
      - prps
      - remoteprojs
      - repounchanged
      - watchremote_start
    calculating project dependencies...
    have 1 inter-repo dependencies
    sorting projects and repositories...
    2017-09-12 15:05:47: [5403]  waiting for an event...
    so where is the problem here? Is it the scheduler or the worker and how can I kick its butt?

    I know that the package works because on a previous installation on another server it was able to build just fine.


    (Actually I have 130 packages in this project and most of them build until the server gets into the state where it only schedules forever. So I removed all packages from the project and imported one single package.)

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    Default Re: Package is scheduled forever

    Hi
    Could very well be related to the outage last week since it looks like it's an API call to the openSUSE OBS hanging?
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    Is there some way to find that out (besides tcpdump or such)? The system shout be self-sustaining.

    edit: note that we installed the server yesterday and configured it today, so everything is new

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    Default Re: Package is scheduled forever

    Quote Originally Posted by dsamx View Post
    Is there some way to find that out (besides tcpdump or such)? The system shout be self-sustaining.

    edit: note that we installed the server yesterday and configured it today, so everything is new
    Hi
    If you look through the logs, there should be some clues...

    http://openbuildservice.org/help/man...tml#_log_files
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    There are no clues in the logs, I can see in the dispatcher log that the scheduled packages are assigned to workers and the scheduler tells me what I can see in the WebUI: " building: 19, notready: 19, unfinished: 19"
    Though "building" is a lie, there is nothing happening on the server. I have 8 idle workers on the server. The signd is a zombie, which concerns me, but rebooting does not change anything (it starts again as zombie).
    The signer log tells me that it signed several packages and after a restart it tells me "waiting for an event".

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    Default [solved] Re: Package is scheduled forever

    ok, I deleted the project, removed all distributions and configured everything from the start. Now it works.

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    Default Re: [solved] Re: Package is scheduled forever

    Quote Originally Posted by dsamx View Post
    ok, I deleted the project, removed all distributions and configured everything from the start. Now it works.
    Hi
    Go figure.... I wonder if it was related to when it was installed...
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