[Buildbot-devel] add IPMI hooks on the master side when the source code changes

Thomas Middeldorp thomas at ranzer.geek.nz
Sat Jul 14 13:15:12 UTC 2012

In my setup I just run a slave on the same host as the master to co-ordinate 
this sort of thing. You could connect that slave to your hooks and have it run 
the IPMI commands (with MasterShellCommand steps if necessary). Not sure if 
there's a better way to do this, but I think it should do the job anyway.

- Thomas

On 14/07/2012 11:44 p.m., Brice Goglin wrote:
> Hello,
> Is it possible to have custom hooks run on the*master*  side whenever a
> GIT or SVN change occurs? We want to power down most of our slave
> machines during the summer holidays, but we would like to have the
> buildbot master power up the slave machines (with IPMI) when there's a
> new build to run. Is this possible?
> FWIW, we're using buildbot from Debian testing (currently 0.8.5 and soon
> 0.8.6p1)
> Thanks
> Brice Goglin
> Inria - Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest
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