Re: Time ordered list of package builds
- Reply: Jan Beich : "Re: Time ordered list of package builds"
- In reply to: Kevin Oberman : "Re: Time ordered list of package builds"
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Date: Sat, 05 Jun 2021 06:06:46 UTC
On 2021-Jun-4, at 22:11, Kevin Oberman <rkoberman at gmail.com> wrote: > . . . > > Sorry. I now see that I was unclear, but you seem to have figured it out. I believe that I am aware of all of the things you mention but I can't find a way to track back beyond the current build, the only one marked as "parallel_build", and the prior build which is tagged "Latest build" in the header and highlighted in yellow. If I want to look at the second latest, I have no idea how I can find it. > > If I look at the list for beey16 at http://beefy16.nyi.freebsd.org/jail.html?mastername=130amd64-default, I get a list of builds that include no clue as to ordering. No start time or any way to look up a particular build unless I have recorded the hash while the build was in progress. I did not realize that https://pkg-status.freebsd.org always shows just the most recently completed build for the Ports Jail combination. Sorry for the noise. Time frames can painfully be found by clicking through to each build's detailed page and looking at a log file from some port that generated one: the 2nd line of the log file is a "build started at" line. But one probably needs to have a strong reason in order to put such an effort in, especially as the list of builds grows. Something like https://artifact.ci.freebsd.org/snapshot/stable-13/?C=M&O=D appears to have dates, but one can find that the individual files have much older dates than shown at the stable-13/* level. Also, at the stable-13/* sort of level, one cannot tell which platforms have examples available. That is 1 or 2 more levels down, depending on the platform. Ultimately: another now-more-difficult-mess to deal with. === Mark Millard marklmi at yahoo.com ( dsl-only.net went away in early 2018-Mar)