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non port: Tools/portbuild/scripts/checkmachines

Number of commits found: 8

Sun, 24 Apr 2011
[ 16:37 flz ] Original commit 
1.2 Tools/portbuild/conf/.cvsignore
1.2 Tools/portbuild/conf/README.dotunnel
1.5 Tools/portbuild/conf/client.conf
1.2 Tools/portbuild/conf/common.conf
1.2 Tools/portbuild/conf/make.conf
1.8 Tools/portbuild/conf/server.conf
1.19 Tools/portbuild/errorlogs/index.shtml
1.2 Tools/portbuild/mlist
1.7 Tools/portbuild/portbuild.conf
1.7 Tools/portbuild/scripts/allgohans

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Remove portbuild scripts from pcvs, as they now live in svn/projects.
Tue, 11 Oct 2005
[ 03:48 kris ] Original commit 
1.13 Tools/portbuild/scripts/checkmachines
No need to hold the queue lock while polling client load
Sun, 9 Jan 2005
[ 10:21 krion ] Original commit 
1.12 Tools/make_index
1.4 Tools/portbuild/README
1.3 Tools/portbuild/scripts/allgohans
1.5 Tools/portbuild/scripts/buildfailure
1.12 Tools/portbuild/scripts/checkmachines
1.4 Tools/portbuild/scripts/clean-chroot
1.32 Tools/portbuild/scripts/dopackages
1.17 Tools/portbuild/scripts/makeduds
1.5 Tools/portbuild/scripts/makeworld
1.2 Tools/portbuild/scripts/pnohang.c

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Remove traling spaces.
Tue, 28 Dec 2004
[ 05:40 kris ] Original commit 
1.11 Tools/portbuild/scripts/checkmachines
1.1 Tools/portbuild/scripts/pollmachine
1.1 Tools/portbuild/scripts/releasemachine
Overhaul of the job scheduler.  The new scheduler runs builds
synchronously instead of probabilistically scheduling jobs, which
means that the job load on a machine never exceeds a desired
threshold, and we can preferentially use faster machines when they are
available.  This has a dramatic effect on package build throughput,
although I don't yet have precise measurements of the performance

Specifically, the changes are:

* Introduce the new variable maxjobs in portbuild.  This replaces the
build scheduling weights previously listed in the mlist file, which
now changes format to list the build machines only, ranked in order of
preference for job dispatches (i.e. faster machines first).
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Mon, 25 Oct 2004
[ 04:29 kris ] Original commit 
1.10 Tools/portbuild/scripts/checkmachines
Use the absolute path to nc(1) to deal with it not being in the PATH.
Remove useless sleep(1).
Wed, 14 Jul 2004
[ 08:30 kris ] Original commit 
1.9 Tools/portbuild/scripts/checkmachines
* If we time out connecting to a machine, give it a weight of 999 to make
  sure we don't try and schedule jobs on it even if all other machines are
* Remove sleep in outer loop, this isn't needed or worthwhile now that there
  are so many machines being monitored
Sat, 17 May 2003
[ 00:20 kris ] Original commit 
1.8 Tools/portbuild/scripts/checkmachines
Switch to polling the clients with netcat to collect load stats, instead
of having the clients scp their loads to bento every 10 seconds.  Fix
some indentation and add some sleeps to make sure the startup script
doesn't run too early in the boot process.
Fri, 24 Jan 2003
[ 04:54 kris ] Original commit 
1.7 Tools/portbuild/scripts/checkmachines
Check status of multiple architecture client machines

Number of commits found: 8

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