Re: 13.0 amd64 packages are out-of-date compared to 13.0 i386

From: Mark Millard via freebsd-ports <freebsd-ports_at_freebsd.org>
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2021 15:34:30 -0700
Ronald Klop <ronald-lists_at_klop.ws> wrote on
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2021 16:32:58 +0200 (CEST) :

> It can take a couple of hours before the new packages are copied to the mirror servers.
> Your computer does not directly download the pkgs from the build servers.

http://beefy16.nyi.freebsd.org/data/latest-per-pkg/firefox/ shows
(in date/time order, not in version number order):

  firefox/88.0_2,2/130amd64-default.log                               04-May-2021 12:13            14460006

firefox/88.0.1_1,2/130amd64-default.log                               22-May-2021 15:05            14659916
    firefox/89.0,2/130amd64-default.log                               27-May-2021 22:41            14368456
  firefox/89.0_1,2/130amd64-default.log                               30-May-2021 13:49            14390758

poudriere was still running overall (at the time):
  firefox/89.0_2,2/130amd64-default.log                               01-Jun-2021 13:41            14371282

Using an example: firefox/89.0,2  was in a build that
went over (start time and elapsed):

Thu, 27 May 2021 01:03:13 GMT	63:08:37

and so finished somewhat before on 2021-May-30 GMT.

The time frame does not fit with "a couple of hours" for it not
having shown up (yet). That is likely an example of why Jan B.
wrote:

> "pkg install firefox" still offers 88.0.1_1,2 but builds[1] were done up to 89.0_2,2.
> Ignoring 89.0_2,2 where other packages haven't finished yet why 89.0,2 and 89.0_1,2
> are not offered already?
> 
> [1] http://beefy16.nyi.freebsd.org/data/latest-per-pkg/firefox/
>     https://pkg-status.freebsd.org/?all=1&type=package (Search "130amd64")


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Received on Wed Jun 02 2021 - 22:34:30 UTC

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