Incremental bibisect (Re: minutes of ESC call ...)
caolanm at redhat.com
Tue Apr 10 06:01:50 PDT 2012
On Thu, 2012-04-05 at 17:49 +0200, Lubos Lunak wrote:
> So I think it would make sense if we had a special bibisect repository for
> master and the stable branch that would be continually updated at reasonable
> intervals. I've been told that we should have enough of storage capacity
> somewhere, and I was originally going to offer my build machine for this if
> needed (it's got nothing to do during the nights anyway, and more than one
> rebuild and repack daily probably shouldn't be needed). I have no idea about
> the storage requirements of this or the time needed for reasonable repacking,
> but if there was a better machine to do this, the better.
Yeah, it'd be cool to have a bibisect repo that's automatically updated
by a bot. Also neat would be to take the various installs generated from
it and get some numbers like change in startup time, install size,
memory foot print of the apps over time.
If 15MB per install is a constant, then daily builds for a year would be
about 5 and a half gigs. Practical numbers ?. Do a different repo per
year to keep each one manageable ?
I guess a 32bit build might be more universally useful rather than a
64bit one. Rewind back to the start of the first successful build in
Bjoern's repo and build from there again ?
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