[Buildbot-devel] Skip some build steps if one of the build slaves fails a given step.

Axel Hecht l10n.moz at googlemail.com
Sun May 13 11:28:15 UTC 2007

Hi Tsuna,

not that I'm the most appropriate buddy here, but still:

I guess you want to talk about builders instead of slaves here, in the
first place. Looking at what you describe, you'd want to hack the hell
out of a master lock on the make check step, which would block all
builders without tests as long as the builders with tests didn't
succeed. That somewhat assumes that all your builders run on the same
buildset, which the regular schedulers don't enforce. I have a
"BlockingScheduler" in the works, but it's not yet ready for review.


2007/5/12, Tsuna <tsuna at lrde.epita.fr>:
> Hello list,
> Would it be possible to skip a step if one of the build slaves fails a
> given step?
> I'd like to do this because I'm cross-compiling several projects and
> cross-compiled binaries cannot run `make check' (for obvious reasons).
> The last step of my build process is to upload the binary result of the
> build on some server.  Since the cross-compiled binaries aren't checked,
> they're uploaded as long as they compiled.  I'd like to skip the upload
> step of all build slaves if at least one of them failed its `make check'.
> Would it be possible to do this?
> Thanks.
> --
> Benoit Sigoure aka Tsuna
> EPITA Research and Development Laboratory
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