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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Thu, 19 Dec 2013
[ 15:50:11 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:336930
poudriere-devel ports-mgmt files touched by this commit Port build and test system
- Update to checkin e5f36a7de8

Changes:

  * Package builds are now atomic. They will not update the
    package repository directory until the build finishes.
    This can be disabled with ATOMIC_PACKAGE_REPOSITORY (default yes).
    This will convert the repository to a new format on first build.
    If a build fails, all of the successful packages are retained
    for the next attempt, but the old packages do not get modified.
  * Disabling COMMIT_PACKAGES_ON_FAILURE (default yes) will have it
    not touch the repository if the build fails; the package repository
    will only be updated once a build succeeds.
  * bulk now has a dry run mode (-n). Requires ATOMIC_PACKAGE_REPOSITORY
  * Add KEEP_OLD_PACKAGES which will keep KEEP_OLD_PACKAGES_COUNT
    number of old repositories. This can be useful for rollbacks
    or bisecting. Requires ATOMIC_PACKAGE_REPOSITORY
  * Add RESTRICT_NETWORKING (default yes) which can be used to disable
    the network restrictions outside of 'fetch' phase.
  * Add new PORTTESTING_FATAL (default yes) which can be disabled so that
    failed ports (leftovers) do not cause ports depending on that port to be
    skipped. This is useful for QAT.
  * Fix stage orphans excluding /var/run/PORTNAME
  * Stage orphan fixes for ports using kdeprefix
  * /proc and /compat/linux/proc now excluded for leftovers
  * nmtree fixes for head
  * Misc performance improvements
  * build_fs_violation was broken
  * Poudriere now requires pkg-1.2 in its ports tree

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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