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    Default Package stays in state "finished" and does not proceed to "succeeded"

    My package logitechmediaserver stays in state "finished" and does not proceed to "succeeded" for four of my five architectures (a.o. OpenSUSE 15.0).

    Link: https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...echmediaserver.

    Legend
    • succeeded: Package has built successfully and can be used to build further packages.
    • finished: The package has been built and signed, but has not yet been picked up by the scheduler. This is an intermediate state prior to 'succeeded' or 'failed'.


    There seem to be no errors (I do not see errors in the build log and the package has been built successfully for arch Tumbleweed i586) and a rpm seems to have been generated somewhere (but not in https://download.opensuse.org/reposi...p_15.0/noarch/, there is the "old" version). The package is in this state for almost 20 hours.
    Does anyone knows how to "stimulate" it to move to "succeeded"?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Package stays in state "finished" and does not proceed to "succeeded"

    After 24 hours my package logitechmediaserver has proceeded to "succeeded", so I assume it was busy somewhere in the pipeline.

    Anyone knows if there is a way to check this? When I built the same package a few days ago it took about 2 minutes to get it to the "succeeded" state.

    Thanks again.

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    Default Re: Package stays in state "finished" and does not proceed to"succeeded"

    On Tue 29 May 2018 08:06:06 AM CDT, jan9 wrote:

    After 24 hours my package logitechmediaserver has proceeded to
    "succeeded", so I assume it was busy somewhere in the pipeline.

    Anyone knows if there is a way to check this? When I built the same
    package a few days ago it took about 2 minutes to get it to the
    "succeeded" state.

    Thanks again.


    Hi
    There where some issues by the looks with user builds, (Build locally is
    always an option...)
    https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-.../msg00044.html
    The above archive is a good place to start.

    Then there is;
    https://status.opensuse.org/
    and
    https://build.opensuse.org/monitor

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