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The buildbot master has been moved to ASF infrastructure.

From: Lieven Govaerts <svnlgo_at_mobsol.be>
Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 00:04:17 +0200


last week, Gavin McDonald from the ASF infrastructure team integrated
the configuration of our buildbot master in the ASF buildbot master.
From now on the operational support of the *master* will be handled by
the infrastructure team (builds at apache.org).

The new master can be found at: http://ci.apache.org/buildbot.html.

You'll see on the waterfall page that the ASF buildbot has a lot of
slaves, used by svn and the other ASF projects. For people only
interested in the svn build status, Bert has prepared a page which
filters out all non-svn slaves.

You can find this page at:


The slaves - dedicated to the svn project - are still those maintained
by us devs. We don't use any of the ASF build machines yet (at least
not on buildbot, the hudson setup has a Solaris slave). We now have:
- a Windows 2003 64 bits VM, testing both ra_local and ra_serf and the
bindings (sponsored by SlikSVN, maintained by Bert)
- a Ubuntu 64 bits server, testing ra_local & the bindings (sponsored
& maintained by Hyrum)
- a CentOS 64 bits server, testing ra_neon & the bindings (sponsored
by WANDisco, maintained by Hyrum)
- a Debian 64 bits server, testing ra_svn (sponsored & maintained by Erik)
- a MacOSX 10.5 server, testing ra_neon & ra_serf (sponsored &
maintained by myself)

Some things have changed compared to previous setup:
- emails are now sent only on status change (from successful to
failed, from failed back to successful).
- those emails are sent to notifications at subversion.apache.org
- builds can not be started from the webpage (from now), but ...
- there's a bot in the #svn-dev IRC channel (subversion-bot) that will
notify the channel of failed/successful builds, and accepts commands
like starting & stopping builds.
- ...

I'll update the text and links in our development documentation shortly.

Thanks to Justin for supplying the old master server and Gavin for
doing the hard work migrating.

Received on 2010-05-31 00:05:16 CEST

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