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On 10/02/15 00:40, Martin Pitt wrote:
> Hey Matthias,
> Matthias Klose [2015-02-06 14:31 +0100]:
>> A test rebuild of Vivid Vervet was started this week for all
>> architectures, and is finished for the main component.
>> Results can be found at
> This looks a bit confusing, though. E. g. the pygobject-2 "→ Log" link
> just points back to the same overview page, and the "i386 (F)" link
> leads to https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/test-rebuild-20150202/+build/6833261
> which has no build log at all. So while having an indication that a
> build failed is already useful, having the actual logs would be very
> helpful (and we did have them in the past).
> Were they removed because of the other test build that's currently
> going on?
A failed build without a log means that something went catastrophically
wrong, so there was no log that could be provided. Usually it means the
build took the builder down, or there was a network fault. In this case
there was a librarian glitch preventing the builder from downloading the
I've retried the build.