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Your package (qemu) Fails To Install in Fedora 35:
can't install qemu-system-x86-core:
- nothing provides libxenctrl.so.4.14()(64bit) needed by qemu-system-x86-core-2:6.0.0-1.fc35.x86_64
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So, this seems to have happened because:
4.15.0 was built in a side-tag:
Thu May 6 13:11:52 2021 xen-4.15.0-1.fc35 tagged into f35-build-side-40901 by myoung
but never merged.
Then the python 3.10 rebuild came along and rebuilt that 4.15.0 version...
So, qemu just needs a rebuild against xen-4.15.0-2.fc35.
Looks like Cole initiated a build last night:
It was built against python3.10 3.10.0~b2-3.fc35 which is the latest
python3.10 package in Koji (https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/packageinfo?packageID=32438)
It failed on s390x, but is still running on Power (I also noticed that the
Power builders were really slow yesterday).
Anyway my intuition is to let Cole deal with this.
s390x tests have been failing randomly for a week, Dan Horak couldn't reproduce outside of koji though.
Not sure what the ppc64le issue is all about but it seems to have hung in the test suite. I'm trying a build now with the tests disabled
Fixed in qemu-6.0.0-5.fc35
qemu-6.0.0-5.fc35 build was canceled.
I pushed a small fix to the previous work which will *hopefully*
fix the package on s390x and ppc64le:
Well it built, so hopefully it's all good now.
Sorry for the confusion, thanks for fixing it Rich. I had fixed the breakage locally and submitted a scratch build to confirm it worked. By the time the build finished I forgot it was a scratch build and thought it was a regular `fedpkg build` and added the comment here :)