tickets #62012

Wants to identify two Power9 machines in OBS monitor, today marked as Power8

Added by michel_mno about 1 month ago. Updated about 1 month ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:10/01/2020
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:opensuse-admin-obs% Done:

100%

Category:OBS
Target version:-
Duration:

Description

In OBS monitor the two Power9 machines, are identified today as Power8:
obs-power8-06 and obs-power8-07

$for xx in 06 07; do osc api /worker/ppc64le:obs-power8-${xx}:1 | grep power; done

power7
power8
power9

power7
power8

power9

History

#1 Updated by cboltz about 1 month ago

  • Category set to OBS
  • Assignee set to opensuse-admin-obs
  • Private changed from Yes to No

#2 Updated by michel_mno about 1 month ago

oups

#3 Updated by lrupp about 1 month ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback

Sorry, but could you please explain your problem?

The name of a worker machine does not really need to have anything to do with the build architecture that this machine supports. But I have the feeling that I miss some more background information here?

Regards,
Lars

#4 Updated by michel_mno about 1 month ago

The PowerPC machine model P8 or P9 is interesting to know when monitoring/analysing build status of a package (in osc rbl or osc jobhist output)

===
$osc jobhist  -l5  openSUSE:Factory:PowerPC/JeOS images ppc64le
time                 package reason           code     build time      worker
2020-01-06 22:09:45  JeOS    meta change      succeeded       6m 10s   obs-power8-07:27 <= IS power9 not power8
2020-01-11 10:36:43  JeOS    meta change      succeeded       8m 29s   obs-power8-03:26
2020-01-11 18:57:37  JeOS    meta change      succeeded       8m 40s   obs-power8-05:3
2020-01-13 00:41:04  JeOS    meta change      succeeded      10m 31s   obs-power8-07:15 <= IS power9 not power8
2020-01-13 05:19:04  JeOS    meta change      succeeded       8m  6s   obs-power8-05:33
===
$osc rbl  openSUSE:Factory:PowerPC/JeOS images ppc64le |grep " obs-power"
[    1s] obs-power8-05 started "build JeOS.ppc64le.kiwi" at Mon Jan 13 05:11:09 UTC 2020.
[  474s] obs-power8-05 finished "build JeOS.ppc64le.kiwi" at Mon Jan 13 05:19:01 UTC 2020.
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#5 Updated by oertel about 1 month ago

well, actually the machine name was not meant to identify the architecture, that's what cpu flags are for. on other platforms the machine hostname does not identify the CPU type either.

on the other hand ... I can probably just change it for these two boxes ...

#6 Updated by oertel about 1 month ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Closed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

machines renamed (because it was easy, not because I think it makes sense ... ;)

#7 Updated by michel_mno about 1 month ago

thank you

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