Description of problem:
When running a build with multiple packages in it, if at the end of the rebuild loops even one package failed to build, all of the packages will be displayed as "Failed". It then becomes necessary to examine all of the output logs to figure out which one(s) actually failed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add at least two packages to a COPR build, one known to build and one that will fail.
2. Run the build.
3. Examine the Monitor page afterwards.
Both 'goodpackage' and 'badpackage' are listed as "Failed".
The ones that succeeded should be displayed as such.
See build ID 390 (from the sgallagh/sssd-upstream-stable COPR) for an example of this.
Yes, this known bug.
If you submit several src.rpm at once and that build failed, builder report is failed (because mockchain do). There is no way for frontend to distinguish if only one package fail and some succeed.
I understand that from user POV it does not matter and therefore I leave this bug open. But do not expect it resolved in near future.
Workaround is to submit one src.rpm for each build.
Isn't there a file in each package that specifies if a build failed or not?
in this example, there is a file "success"
if a build fails, there is a file "fail"
* 4e04de0 building pkgs separately
all rpms should be build separately. Each one in one task. Which should solve this problem (and several others).
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