apt packages missing
This morning, on a 20.04:
# apt install robotpkg-py38-omniorbpy Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Package robotpkg-py38-omniorbpy is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source
Status page shows a '?' : http://robotpkg.openrobots.org/rbulk/robotpkg/middleware/omniORBpy/
Logs for the latest builds in 20.04 & 22.04 are showing exit 2 and timeouts:
Updated by Anthony Mallet 10 months ago
There were issues during the last bulk build: the main server storage
was full and this eventually led to the bulk report database
corruption. (and one distfile corruption as you may have seen in the report).
I repaired the database and the distfile but a few entries have been
lost, this should recover by itself when packages are rebuilt,
although without an explcit change they wont be rebuilt automatically
(only if some dependencies change).
I will check if there are still issues for omniORB.
The timeouts and exit 2 are a different thing: systemd does not always
properly start the bulk daemon for some reason (usually it does not
find the ldap user or the remote filesystem), although the service
file mentions "after remote_fs" and network online etc. If you know a
magic way to debug this ... :)