pbulk initial results


Joerg Sonnenberger has posted the results of his new pbulk system, for bulk builds of pkgsrc, on the tech-pkg@netbsd.org mailing list.   His test bed is building DragonFly, so the results show just how many packages build on DragonFly.  The report comes in text and graphical (warning: big!) versions too.

An interesting corollary to this, from reading the reports, is that out of 7,213 packages in pkgsrc, only 167 actually fail to build on DragonFly – that’s only 2% broken.  There are other packages that fail due to dependencies on those broken packages, but it’s still a remarkably good percentage.

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  1. Gergo Szakal says:

    pkgsrc-box.org times out for me. :(

  2. Darn. It was fine when I posted this earlier today. It’ll probably recover soon.

  3. Joerg Sonnenberger says:

    Yeah, sorry. Server crashed and I just had the old phone number of my ISP :)

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