[Buildbot-devel] What changes does reconfig understand?
l10n.moz at googlemail.com
Tue May 8 17:34:32 UTC 2007
I found a similar problem when trying to make reconfig pick up new
Dependent schedulers, and filed http://buildbot.net/trac/ticket/35.
2007/5/8, Geoff Wedig <gwedig at d2.com>:
> I am attempting to set up our buildbot so that we can add things to it
> without having to restart, but I'm having trouble,, mainly because of
> some misunderstanding I have with the manual, I think.
> According to the manual section
> it should be possible to add and remove builds and status targets, but
> when I've tried this, they seem to never show up. For example, I added
> a new builder named dcraw_mac and a new status target (html) to my
> config file. I expect to see a new report at the port requested, and a
> new column in the existing ones.
> I run buildbot reconfig <dir>, and get the following output:
> sending SIGHUP to process 17799
> 2007/05/08 09:40 PDT [-] loading configuration from
> 2007/05/08 09:40 PDT [-] builder dcraw_linux is unchanged
> 2007/05/08 09:40 PDT [-] builder racestats_linux is unchanged
> 2007/05/08 09:40 PDT [-] builder dcraw_w2k is unchanged
> 2007/05/08 09:40 PDT [-] builder racestats_w2k is unchanged
> 2007/05/08 09:40 PDT [-] loadConfig_Sources, change_svc is
> <buildbot.changes.changes.ChangeMaster instance at 0x2a99b9afc8>
> <buildbot.master.BuildMaster instance at 0x2a99b9acb0>
> 2007/05/08 09:40 PDT [-] configuration update started
> 2007/05/08 09:40 PDT [-] configuration update complete
> Reconfiguration appears to have completed successfully.
> There is some change occurring, but no mention of the new builder or the
> status target. And they don't seem to be present. The builder or the
> status target.
> I have similar problems with removing builders and status targets.
> The manual seems to suggest that this sort of thing is possible, but
> maybe I'm misreading? Can someone offer any assistance clearing up my
> Thanks in advance,
> Geoff Wedig
> Geoff Wedig
> Software Engineer
> Digital Domain
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